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Luxor Theater
Rotterdam

The New Luxor Theater is located just across the Erasmus bridge in Rotterdam. It was designed by Australian architect Peter Wilson and built in 2001. There is an Old Luxor theater, which this was meant to replace, however they are both used today.

The biggest theater (1500 seats) in Rotterdam it is used for performing arts, comedy, concerts and plays, such as Les Miserables, Evita, Cats and Titanic.

There are guided walks on the first Saturday of every month.

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