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Luxor Theater

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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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A: rotterdam

Studio Mambeau - Martijn Baudoin作, ここから90メートル


B: Gerechtsgebouw Rotterdam

Marcel wagenaar作, ここから110メートル

Courthouse, garden, Rotterdam

Gerechtsgebouw Rotterdam

C: Entrance New Luxor Theatre

Marcel wagenaar作, ここから110メートル

Entrance New Luxor Theatre

Entrance New Luxor Theatre

D: Luxor erasmusbrug rotterdam

Studio Mambeau - Martijn Baudoin作, ここから210メートル

Luxor erasmusbrug rotterdam

E: On the roof of 'Toren op Zuid' - Roelof de Vries作, ここから230メートル

This panorama is shot on the roof of the 'Toren op Zuid' in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and is part of...

On the roof of 'Toren op Zuid'

F: De Rotterdam: Panoramic view from the largest building in Europe - Roelof de Vries作, ここから270メートル

De Rotterdam is a building on the Wilhelmina Pier in Rotterdam, designed by Rem Koolhaas in 1998. The...

De Rotterdam: Panoramic view from the largest building in Europe

G: On top of the Maastoren - Roelof de Vries作, ここから270メートル

This panorama is made on top of the Maastoren in Rotterdam and was taken right after reaching its hig...

On top of the Maastoren

H: Erasmusbrug

Robin Waarts作, ここから330メートル


I: Skyline Rotterdam

Studio Mambeau - Martijn Baudoin作, ここから380メートル

Skyline Rotterdam

J: Rotterdam Kop van Zuid-2

René van Gageldonk作, ここから410メートル

Rotterdam Kop van Zuid-2

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