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From the series "On the edge, dunes and dykes": Domburg - On Boulevard van Schagen
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Domburg used to be an artistic town. Mondriaan used to come here for several years, starting in 1908 till 1916. It's an important place for his development as an artist. Also Jan Toorop and Marinus Zwart spent some time in Domburg, together with Mondriaan. The boulevard van Schagen is a pedestrian area on top of the dunes. Alongside you can see Restaurant Het badpaviljoen.

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Tags: zeeland; walcheren; domburg; seaside; restaurant; mondriaan
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