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Villa 'de Wolf'
Netherlands

't Huis de Wolf ("Villa 'the Wolf") is a villa located on the Rijksstraatweg between the city of Groningen and Haren. This villa was built in 1892 and its architecture is Renaissance Revival. Nowadays this house is a Dutch National Monument.

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Tags: groningen; the netherlands; netherlands; holland; haren; villa; 't huis de wolf; architecture; renaissance revival; monument; building; history
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