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Antwerp’s Red Star Line Museum Breaks Ground

The Red Star Line museum in Antwerp, Belgium officially broke ground on 28 June. Designed by New York architect Beyer Blinder Belle and slated for completion in 2012, the museum commemorates the Red Star Line shipping company, which brought more than two million passengers from the port of Antwerp to America and Canada between 1873 and 1934. The museum will be housed in Red Star’s harbour sheds in the old waterfront district of ‘Het Elandje’, which were built at the turn of the century for medical and administrative inspections of US-bound travelers who hailed from all over Europe.

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