Lloyd Hotel, home for migrating people

These buildings were part of the journeys of many migrants during the 1920s and 1930s. They were owned by the Royal Holland Lloyd shipping line, whose ships departed from the nearby quays.

Between 1921 and 1935, the building was used as temporary accommodation for migrants. The hotel could house 900 people. They stayed there on their journeys from Poland, Romania, Hungary and the Balkans to South…

Inladen van kisten bij de Hollandsche Lloyd
Inladen van een kist bij de Hollandsche Lloyd
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