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Fassnidge Park Basketball Court
England

In Fassnidge Park a lot of services are not immediately obvious to the casual observer: In addition to a skating court and a playground, it offers a basketball court, a football cage and a tennis court.

Copyright: Hans Ter Horst
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Uploaded: 30/06/2010
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