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The Grote Kerk or St.-Bavokerk, Haarlem

The Grote Kerk or St.-Bavokerk is a Protestant church and former Catholic cathedral located on the central market square in the Dutch city of Haarlem. Source: Saint Bavo on Wikipedia

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