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[From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Campveerse Toren

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Here at the end of the Kaai you can find the Campveerse Toren; a restaurant / hotel that dates from way back. It's been an inn for 500 years.

  • Patricia Müller over 1 year ago
    Deze pano's zijn prachtig, goed gemaakt en degelijk afgewerkt en ze staan in scherp contrast tegen al die slordig gemaakte mobieltjes-poep die in de laatste tijd hier op 360cities gedumpt woord. Vroeger heb ik geen flauwe idee van Veere gehad, maar met jouw pano's heb ik en flinke virtuele rondwandeling kunnen doen. Zo moet het! Verder zo, er is nog veel te ontdekken.
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