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Oldehovetoren (west)
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Oldehovetoren (west)

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Oldehove Toren (zuid)
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Oldehovetoren, (centre) Leeuwarden
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Leeuwarden - View from the top of the Oldehove bell tower
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Oldehove toren (zuid)
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Oldehove toren (oost)
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Oldehovetoren (kraaiennest)
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Oldehovetoren, Leeuwarden
Studio Mambeau - Martijn Baudoin
Omroep Fryslan opnamen bij Scheve Toren leeuwarden
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Oldehoofsekerkhof, Leeuwarden (night)
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Oldehoofsekerkhof, Leeuwarden (night)
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Leeuwarden - l'Animalada (KATAKRAK) at Frisian Street Festival 2012
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Pool Area, Mac Resort, Koh Chang, Thailand
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Havankpark Ravage after storm
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De Groene Ster, Leeuwarden
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