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Big Church Dordrecht, tower entree
Netherlands

Tower entree from the Big Church of Dordrecht. From here you can climb the churchtower for a spectacular view of the Dordrecht center. The church itself is to enter by the doors on the picture, for tourists the church can be entered at the side entree

Copyright: A. Van Die
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Uploaded: 27/11/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: church; tower; hall; dordrecht; grote kerk; big churche; onze lieve vrouwe kerk; kerk
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