The FC Twente stadium in Enschede
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The FC Twente stadium in Enschede

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The stadium extended in recent years is the home of the club that won the competetion in highest leage in the Netherlands in 2010. Photo's taken on may 29, 2010.

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A: Train entering and leaving station Drienerlo

by Jan Mulder, 70 meters away

Photo's taken on May 27, 2012.

Train entering and leaving station Drienerlo

B: Railway station Drienerlo

by Jan Mulder, 80 meters away

Platform at railway station Drienerlo, just across the FC Twente football stadium. Photo's taken on m...

Railway station Drienerlo

C: Stop train at station Drienerlo

by Jan Mulder, 80 meters away

Photo's taken on May 28, 2012.

Stop train at station Drienerlo

D: Mini football field

by Jan Mulder, 160 meters away

Photo's taken on May 28, 2012.

Mini football field

E: Main entrance of stadium of FC Twente

by Jan Mulder, 170 meters away

FC Twente won the KNVB cup this year. Photo's taken on may 11, 2011.

Main entrance of stadium of FC Twente

F: Fire hydrant at Go Planet

by Jan Mulder, 370 meters away

This location revisited. Photo's taken on May 28, 2012.

Fire hydrant at Go Planet

G: Above a fire hydrant on Go-Planet Parc Enschede

by Jan Mulder, 370 meters away

Go-Planet is an amusement parc with facilities for karting, bowling and fitness, a dive tower, cinema...

Above a fire hydrant on Go-Planet Parc Enschede

H: Touristic transfer point

by Jan Mulder, 500 meters away

Resting area for cyclists with map of the region. Photo's taken on may 27, 2012.

Touristic transfer point

I: Cycle free way F 35

by Jan Mulder, 590 meters away

Photo's taken on may 27, 2012.

Cycle free way F 35

J: Roundabout with cars (1 of 2)

by Jan Mulder, 660 meters away

Photo's taken on May 27, 2012.

Roundabout with cars (1 of 2)

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