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Behind the Drogenapstoren, Zutphen
Netherlands

Behind the Drogenapstoren in Zutphen. The Drogenapstoren is one of the old city gates in the defensive walls surrounding the old city of Zutphen. It was originally known as the Saltpoort, but after it was closed, it was called after Tonis Drogenap, the town's trumpeter. It is now a residence

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