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Netherlands Maasbracht Maas Promenade
Netherlands

Promenade of Maasbracht river area near Roermond in the Dutch province of Limburg. There are not only boats and vessels of all sizes, but also several restaurants. In the foreground you see the Tjalk "nooit volmaakt" (means 'never completed'), this boat is the property of the 'Museum voor de binnenvaart' on Havenstraat nr. 7

Copyright: Patricia Müller
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Uploaded: 06/06/2012
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Tags: maasbracht; promenade; netherlands; limburg; ships; vessels; boats; tjalk
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