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The construction of Rotterdam Central Station - Overview
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This panorama is an aerial image, shot above the construction site of Rotterdam Central Station.

The construction started in 2008 with the demolition of the old Central Station and will be finished in the early spring of 2014. We produced an aerial timelapse panorama of the construction during the period of 2008 untill now by shooting an aerial image on the exact same spot in the air, every 4 months. This series of panoramas, which match on top of each other shows the whole construction for the period of 6 years.


This image is the 18th image that we took above the Weena with an overview over the hall and the main square in front of the hall. Besides from that you'll see the first contours of First Rotterdam and the Weena Parking Garage.

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Copyright: Littleplanet.Nl Roelof De Vries
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8552x4276
Uploaded: 27/09/2013
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: aerial; architecture; city; cityscape; city center; railway; railway station; metro; urban; construction
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