rotterdam europoort

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Busy working by Tony
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As the Ferry sailed into the heart of the vast Europoort in Rotterdam activity loading and unloading goods. Europoort is one of the world’s busiest ports and considered a major entry to Europe. The port handled 12 million containers in 2015. The most important factor contributing to the large amount of cargo shipping in and out of Europort is the presence of the Maas (Meuse) and Rhine rivers. Through these rivers, Europoort is connected to the Ruhr Area in Germany as well as Switzerland, Belgium and France.

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First sight of Rotterdam by Tony
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early morning as the ferry sailed into Rotterdam Port. Europoort is one of the world’s busiest ports and considered a major entry to Europe. The port handled 12 million containers in 2015. The most important factor contributing to the large amount of cargo shipping in and out of Europort is the presence of the Maas (Meuse) and Rhine rivers. Through these rivers, Europoort is connected to the Ruhr Area in Germany as well as Switzerland, Belgium and France.

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Ready to disembark by Tony
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Ready to drive through Holland and on to Germany for my next night and city stop.

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Groan by Tony