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Harderwijk's harbour
Netherlands

Close to the center of town is the harbour of Harderwijk. Near the harbour the windmill rises up high and a wonderful little lifting bridge offers the possibility to go to it.

This part of Harderwijk is realy traditionaly fishermen's town, though it has a very specific own character. Where ones the fishermen's boats anchored and unloaded their fresh loads, now motor and sailboats lay bringing tourists ashore.

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Copyright: Jakub hruska
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Uploaded: 12/07/2009
Updated: 13/06/2014
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  • Jessica Morgan Schultz 3 months ago
    This is a lovely place. ^^
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