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Kruisherenhotel, A designhotel in the centre of Maastricht:: first floor of main space
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The Kruisherenhotel in Maastricht is a designhotel that opened its doors in 2005. Before that the building was used as a monastery, for storage of ammunition, and as a backery for the army.

Copyright: René van gageldonk
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Uploaded: 18/04/2011
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