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Fontein Van Nahuysplein Zwolle
Netherlands

The Van Nahuys Square is a park in the center of the city of Zwolle.

The park is named after Van Nahuys. The park is located in the southeast of the center and a stone's throw from the canal and Potgieter Ter Pelkwijk Park.

In the park is a fountain from 1892, built to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Zwolle Mayor W. From Nahuys. This is a national monument.

It is located nearby the Sassenpoort.

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