These photos of Rotterdam and its sunsets will blow you away

At DutchReview, we have a real soft spot for the architecture of Rotterdam, pretty pics of it and glorious sunsets in general.

So when we stumbled upon these photos of Rotterdam and some of the most epic sunsets ever seen we just knew we had to get together with Anthony Malefijt and bring his work to you DutchReview-readers!

Photos of Rotterdam
Oh yes please. Image: Anthony Malefijt

What makes these photos of Rotterdam so awesome?

It’s hard to say, but also easy at the same time. The cumulation of all the pretty urban design in Rotterdam all bunged together certainly provides the right setting. Having a fondness of the city and really focussing on all the different scenes there also helps. Or perhaps it’s because Rotterdam is so immensely different from the regular ‘cute’ Dutch cities. 

Anyways, a huge round of Dutch applause goes out to Anthony Malefijt for setting us up with these pics. Hit his accounts up and like/follow that Instagram or Facebook page is you like these awesomeballs photos of Rotterdam and its sunset.

Now as they say in Rotterdam: geen woorden maar daden

Let’s be rebels and start with that pic without a sunset. The iconic Hef – closed for traffic – just there now for being awesome. Image: Anthony Malefijt
We all know the Central Station in Rotterdam, but the ‘Groothandelsgebouw’ is an eyecatcher as well. Image: Anthony Malefijt
The pencil and the kubichouses 🙂 Image: Anthony Malefijt
Laurenskerk and some amazing mirroring going on. Image: Anthony Malefijt
The Markthal! Image: Anthony Malefijt
This is more ‘the blue hour’ Image: Anthony Malefijt
Great panoramic shot! Image: Anthony Malefijt
That skyline is going places! Image: Anthony Malefijt
The SS Rotterdam and a little Watertaxi! Image: Anthony Malefijt
The famous design of the Van Nelle factory (now home to our digital friends of and Image: Anthony Malefijt
Not a pretty sight, but still an awesome shot. Image: Anthony Malefijt
Hotel New York! Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt
Image: Anthony Malefijt

Want some more photos of Rotterdam?

That’s a wrap for now! Feel free to share these beauties on Facebook if you liked ’em. And follow our Instagram account for more dope pics of sunsets and Rotterdam!

Abuzer van Leeuwen 🇳🇱
Abuzer van Leeuwen 🇳🇱
Founded DutchReview. Rotterdammer living in Leiden. Politics, innovation and epic food-reviews are his thing. Interested in doing anything with DutchReview? Contact him at abuzer[at]


  1. Beautiful photography. Many of the shots look like HDR was used. The camera/s used were they crop, full frame, or medium format? Just curious?

  2. […] Before we get to the good stuff, I’ll just have to tell you about all the nice stuff that’s going on at our Instagram. We’ve stepped our game up (thanks Ceren!) and found the best pics of Autumn in the Netherlands and shared those with you there. In this article you’ll see just a fraction of it and there are also some bangers there from fellas you already know such as Vincent Mullenders and his drone and Anthony Malefijt. […]


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