Cinemadreef Almere

A panoramic view on the Cinemadreef ( Cinemadrive) in Almere. This drive is located in one of the many quarters of the ever growing town of Almere and this specific quarter is named the Movie-quarter. All streets, lanes and squares have been named in association with 'the movies'. This particular part of town dates back to the beginning of the nineties and is still very modern today. Almere itself has attacted many people from the western part of the Netherlands, because there life still offers some space and rest for families growing up their youngsters.

Copyright: English
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Uploaded: 30/08/2010
Updated: 07/10/2014


Tags: suburb; urbanism; architecture; city planning; urbanisation; new towns; expansion; attractive; living; housing; city development
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