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Carillonneur Zwart plays in the Big Church of Dordrecht

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B. Zwart plays in the Big Church of Dordrecht the carillon.

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A: Big Church Dordrecht, tower entree

por A. van Die, 10 metros de distancia

Tower entree from the Big Church of Dordrecht. From here you can climb the churchtower for a spectacu...

Big Church Dordrecht, tower entree

B: View from church-tower

por A. van Die, 10 metros de distancia

View from tower

View from church-tower

C: View from church-tower

por A. van Die, 10 metros de distancia

View from church

View from church-tower

D: Interior Big Church

por A. van Die, 20 metros de distancia

Interior of the Big Church of Dordrecht

Interior Big Church

E: Grote Kerk Dordrecht

por Johan Louw, 30 metros de distancia

Grote Kerk Dordrecht 360° panorama by Johan Louw, view also a virtual tour of this church at www.joha...

Grote Kerk Dordrecht

F: Interior Big Church Dordrecht

por A. van Die, 50 metros de distancia

The interior of the Big Church Dordrecht

Interior Big Church Dordrecht

G: Pottenkade

por A. van Die, 50 metros de distancia

Pottenkade

Pottenkade

H: Interior Big Church Dordrecht 4

por A. van Die, 70 metros de distancia

Interior Big Church Dordrecht, the church and its tower is to visit on several day's. More informatio...

Interior Big Church Dordrecht 4

I: Interior Big Church Dordrecht

por A. van Die, 80 metros de distancia

Interior of the Big Church of Dordrecht

Interior Big Church Dordrecht

J: Kerkstraat

por A. van Die, 130 metros de distancia

kerkstraat dordrecht

Kerkstraat

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Text by Steve Smith.

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