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Holterberg Overijssel
Netherlands

View over the 'Holterberg' in the Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park. The Sallandse Heuvelrug (also known as the Holterberg) is a national park in the Dutch province of Overijssel and was officially founded in 2004.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 20/10/2012
Uploaded: 23/10/2012
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: sallandse heuvelrug national park; sallandse heuvelrug; overijssel; dutch; holterberg; nature; landscape; view; the netherlands; national park; outdoors; holland
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