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From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Near the ferry Veere
Netherlands

In Veere you can choose to cross the water to Kamperland with the ferry boat. You can take your bicycle with you and drive around on the islands of Zeeland. This corner of Veere shows you The Campveerse tower, a building now used as a restaurant/hotel.

Copyright: René van gageldonk
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Uploadet: 03/08/2012
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Tags: ferry; veere; campveerse toren; harbour; veerse meer; walcheren
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