Buytenpark, Zoetermeer
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Buytenpark, Zoetermeer

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Green pastures around Buytenpark is most used by mountain bikers and outdoor sun-seekers alike from around the region. Around the area lays many outdoor activity places like Snow World and Ayers Rock which is pretty well known for active lifestyle folks. It's surrounded by nature than flocks within its proximity. Birds and free roaming cattle at abundance. Buytenpark itself is undergoing slow changes initiated by the regional municipal bodies. Visie Buytenpark is a long term plan from Gemeente ZOetermeer towards its greener tomorrow. From here you can see The Hague City, new city centre Oosterheem and of course Zoetermeer Centrum easily marked with it's prominent skyscrapers..

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