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Kitchen King George I
Netherlands

This panorama is made in collaboration with the Dutch Monument Management.

King George I is a monumental building in the centre of Middelburg, Zeeland. It will soon be renovated.

Here you can see the kitchen.

Copyright: René Van Gageldonk
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13996x6998
Uploaded: 17/06/2013
Updated: 08/08/2014
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Tags: monumental building; middelburg; restauration
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