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Hoge & Lage der A Groningen
Netherlands

During the Middle Ages, several (beer) brewery’s were located in the former warehouses on the right hand side of the little canal. These brewery’s produced one of the most important export products of the city of Groningen, namely Kluinbier.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Taken: 19/03/2011
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