abandoned house, Kralendijk, Bonaire
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abandoned house, Kralendijk, Bonaire

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An abandoned house along Kralendijk's downtown waterfront.

  • Ralph over 1 year ago
    Why aren't these abandoned places put up for sale, to be removed and rebuilt. Some of these places would be desireable locations.
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