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The first Saturday of the month of March approaches and that means that we must turn to us towards Róterdam. Again. It seems evident that this city is pawned on becoming the cultural capital of Holland of the third millenium, in spite of the ferocious competition that exists in the set of the Netherlands, where they never lack the artistic events of quality.
The reason (if we have certain age) or the excuse (if we are young) is the ninth edition of Rotterdamse Museumnacht, that is to say, the Night of the Museums. Nothing we like more, by the way, than to collaborate in the diffusion of the new traditions, when these deserve it. And the Museumnacht deserves it.
The thing appears thus: from the eight of afternoon and to the two of the dawn museums, the galleries and the centers of art of Róterdam become a celebration. The events articulate about that this year sounds at least surprising: XS/XL.
This ninth edition counts in addition arrives with several new features. First of all, one appears like the major of all the celebrated until the moment. On the other hand, it looks for the complicity with smallest, as much at the time of facilitating you happen special like through the series of activities that propose the museums, so that everything can be enjoyed in family.
The program is very ample and exceeds the museístico scope properly to catch the wick of other hot spots of the city. The day will begin in front of the magnificent church of San Lorenzo, in the Grotekerkplein, with a spectacle of music and light that is presumed spectacular.
From the agenda one fills here with an endless number of performances that teem by museums and galleries, whereas others are in charge to animate to the streets and the places. All this, in addition, to the reasonable price of 12 Euros (half in the case of the children).
To sum up, Róterdam dresses its better finery, seduces to us, protests to us. How long still we will be able to resist before the dulzura of its intoxicating songs of siren?
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