The Erasmus Bridge was to connect those who lived on the opposite banks in both a literal and figurative sense. To symbolise this thought, a brunch was served from trams to five thousand residents of Rotterdam from both North and South. The tickets for this brunch, which actually took place on the Erasmus Bridge, were sold out within a quarter of an hour. The opening festivities were combined with those of World Port Days, the annual event which allows the public to get to know the Port of Rotterdam.

1996; A BRUNCH ON THE BRIDGE.

By Stadsarchief: Ontwikkelingsbedrijf Rotterdam

The Erasmus Bridge was to connect those who lived on the opposite banks in both a literal and figurative sense. To symbolise this thought, a brunch was served from trams to five thousand residents of Rotterdam from both North and South. The tickets for this brunch, which actually took place on the Erasmus Bridge, were sold out within a quarter of an hour. The opening festivities were combined with those of World Port Days, the annual event which allows the public to get to know the Port of Rotterdam.

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