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Beeldenstorm
Netherlands

Deze levensgrote beelden  staan in de prachtige kasteeltuin van Chateau st. Gerlach nabij Valkenburg aan de Geul.

Hun beeltenis en opstelling doet terugdenken aan de roemruchte gouden eeuw van Nederland. 

Copyright: Alexander ruttgers
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Uploaded: 14/04/2011
Updated: 12/08/2014
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Tags: standbeeld; standbeelden; kasteel; tuin; chateau st gerlach
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