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On top of a windmill
Netherlands
This picture is shot from a windmill in the Flevopolder in The Netherlands. At an altitude of more then 100m (330ft) high you'll have a unique overview over the Flevopolder and the farmland around you.
Copyright: Littleplanet.nl - roelof de vries
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Hochgeladen: 28/12/2012
Aktualisiert: 30/06/2014
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Tags: flevopolder; windmill; overview; high altitude; farm land; the netherlands
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