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Bevrijdingsfestival Groningen 2012
Netherlands

The festival area of the Dutch Liberation Day in the city of Groningen, the Netherlands. Numerous activities were organized and famous artists performed on different stages.

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Uploaded: 06/05/2012
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Tags: people; festival; liberation day; groningen; the netherlands; stadspark; drafbaan
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