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Basilica Saint Servatius and st Johns church in Maastricht, Holland
Netherlands

On the left you see the basilica of saint Servatius, on the right the Saint Johns church. Maastricht is in the south of Holland in the catholic area.

Copyright: René Van Gageldonk
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Uploaded: 19/04/2011
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