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Inside St. Maximin chapel in Clemency
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Inside the lovely Saint Maximin chapel in Clemency. This is the start of several cicular and other walks around Clemency and is located just next to the old train station that has now been converted into a restaurant and the rail tracks that have been converted into a very popular cycle track. 

Copyright: Hans Ter Horst
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Taken: 01/06/2014
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