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Copyright: Willem Schulte
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Taken: 07/04/2010
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Updated: 28/03/2012
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Willem Schulte
Kotug tugboats in 4th Petroleumhaven, Rotterdam
Willem Schulte
Four Kotug tugboats in 4th Petroleumhaven, Rotterdam
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Rozenburg Maeslantkering
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Maeslantkering storm surge barrier
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Weir Delfland
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The point of Rozenburg, Netherlands
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Zekkenweg Hoek Van Holland
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Oostvoorne Stenen Baken Panorama
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Oostvoorne Stenen Baken Inside
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The Lighthouse Hook of Holland Stena Line
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Lighthouse in Hoek van Holland
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Piazza del Duomo, San Gimignano
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Bumble bee over flower meadow
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View from Pico do Ferro, São Miguel
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The Library at Lonesome Cove Resort
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On the alp at Monte Subasio, Assisi
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Piazza Grande, Montepulciano
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Rainy Day in Dublin - O'Connell Street
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Polarlights over Lappland
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Maaspad, Zwijndrecht (2)
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The Binnenhaven of Maassluis
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Museum tug the Hudson, captains cabin, in Maassluis, The Netherlands
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View on the Nieuwe Maas with SS Rotterdam, Rotterdam
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Lighthouse in Hoek van Holland
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Nieuwe waterweg Oeverbos
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The Schansbrug in Maassluis
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Raadhuisplein, Zwijndrecht
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Damen Shiprepair, Vlaardingen, Holland
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The Binnenhof in The Hague (2)
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Kotug tugboats in 4th Petroleumhaven, Rotterdam
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