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The national monument commemorating the battle at Heiligerlee
Netherlands

The battle on May 23, 1568 took less than 2 hours, the Spanish army was defeated by brothers Lodewijk and Adolf of Nassau, Graaf Adolf however got killed however. Photo's taken on may 24, 2010.

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