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Clingendael The Hague
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Clingendael, The Hague

Copyright: A. Van Die
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14004x7002
Hochgeladen: 25/05/2013
Aktualisiert: 05/08/2014
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Tags: clingendael; the hague; den haag; bomen; trees; water; mirror; spiegeling; huisje
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