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Willemskade, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam

The Willemskade in Rotterdam, Holland was built in 1847. Then is was called Westerkade. After King Willem III visited in 1851 is was renamed. You can see the Worlmuseum, the Erasmus bridge and some skyscrapers.

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送信日: 02/03/2010
更新日: 10/09/2014
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Tags: rotterdam; netherlands; holland; museum; meuse; river; erasmus; bridge
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