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From the series ".....kerke": Aagtekerke, village square
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from the series ".....kerke". Zeeland / Walcheren: Aagtekerke. A project of panoramas of villages during the seasons. The name always ends with "...kerke".

Copyright: René Van Gageldonk
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13948x6974
Taken: 14/04/2011
Uploaded: 14/04/2011
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: serie; church; village; zeeland
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