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Netherlands: View Along the Maastrichter Brugstraat, Maastricht
Netherlands

Upon crossing the Sint Servaas bridge, you arrive on the Maastrichter Brugstraat, one of the main entrances into the old town's center and lined with many shops.

Copyright: Steve Vogel
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Hochgeladen: 25/12/2011
Aktualisiert: 10/10/2014
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