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Our mission is to look for the soul of the city. Many topics are relevant in that search. Here you find our most important
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CityPoem 78 – Rotterdam (5)

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A poem on Rotterdam by the best known legend from Rotterdam: Jules Deelder. The Fifth Rotterdam CityPoem, as part of Rotterdam Week. Photo: Wouter Spoor Rotterdam CityPoem: Rotterdam Cannot Be Filmed, Jules Deelder Rotterdam cannot be filmed (literal translation, not…

21 September, World PARKing Day

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Call to Action — REBAR opened eyes worldwide by temporarily transforming a metered parking spot into a PARK. They reclaim the street…until the meter ran out. (Update: also check the results of PARK(ing) Day in the other Inspiring Cities article).…

CityPoem 83 – Rotterdam (9)

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You will find six haiku on tiles at the Karel Doormanstraat in the centre of Rotterdam. This one is written by Mariann den Heyer. He was one of the six price winners of the competition organised by the Centrum voor…

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To share our inspiration we use this website, new media such as the Inspiring Cities Facebook page where you can ‘like us’ to stay up to date, or the LinkedIn group of which you can become a member. Other methodologies we use are book reviews, interviews and films.

Rotterdam week 8 questions – 37: Mai Elmar

A drive up the Maasboulevard after dusk showing the glittering river with the shimmering sky-line. 1. How do you describe Rotterdam to people in other countries. What are the qualities of the city. Why are they so good? Rotterdam World…

Rotterdam week 8 Questions – 7: Patrick van Beveren

Manager Urban renewal and Housing in Amsterdam, loves Feyenoord and Bert van Marwijk. 1. How do you describe Rotterdam to people in other countries. What are the qualities of the city. Why are they so good? In a way Rotterdam…