Forest at Planken Wambuis -1-
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Forest at Planken Wambuis -1-

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The beautiful beech forest at Planken Wambuis, the Veluwe, the Netherlands. GPS: 52.028423, 5.794151.

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A: Forest at Planken Wambuis -2-

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