Photos from my travels near and far from home
Quite a sight! I can imagine they might be a problem.
Oh, dear...that's wild. I guess sometimes people think if some can be done it should be done. But that's not always the case as in this instance.
WOW! those are indeed wild. Can't imagine what the are like inside.
I have been there, and I too had a look around one of the flats.... Strange, unique a bit funny and in the 1970´s I guess it must have been very very special, as it still is. This is a landmark I will remember. Your photo of the place looks better then mine, and I don`t remember the "flowers" on the ground.(You brought back some nice memories by posting this.We were 3 girlfriends who had a girly LONG weekend in the Netherlands. Time to visit NL again?)
The city of Rotterdam was heavily bombed during WWII due to the importance of its port. Many of the most important neighborhoods had to be rebuilt in the 1960s & 1970s. I think it's great that the Dutch were willing to try such innovative and different styles of architecture. And I do like the way these houses look on the outside, but they wouldn't suit older people or families. The stairs are very steep and narrow and there's just not a lot of space. I'll show some of the inside tomorrow.
oh oops, maybe i couldn't live there after all -- since i am an older person! Still like how they look.
I can't even begin to figure out what the insides would look like! But they are interesting to see.
Fascinating to see, Halcyon. Daring. But, I think I will keep my houses.
Looking forward to seeing the inside.
How interesting! They really are eye-catching.
I was always curious to know how they were inside and now I'll have the chance. Thanks to you.
They are so weird looking. Do people actually live in them?
They look really nice, but I wonder how them can be fit up.
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