Feast your eyes on the masterpiece of Antwerp's newest museum, the Museum Aan de Stroom. Resembling a stack of bricks, the exterior of the museum is a sight to be seen.
Designed by the architects Neutelings Riedijk from Rotterdam, the structure of the Museum Aan de Stroom is made from red Indian limestone and glass. The shape of the building allows for a wraparound movator inside which offers stunning views of the city. Not only is the design of the museum something to talk about, but the exhibitions featured inside offer noteworthy topics. Offering historical and culture information, the interior is where everything comes together.
If you are planning a trip to this water-bound city, be sure to check out the Museum Aan de Stroom for some opportune photo snaps and a journey through the land's history.
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