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Maassluis1
Netherlands

View over the river Meuse(de Maas)near the ferry from Maassluis to Rozenburg. This village lies between the city of Rotterdam and Hoek van Holland in Holland (the Netherlands).

Copyright: Willem Schulte
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Uploaded: 14/02/2010
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Tags: ferry; water; river; meuse; maasluis; holland; the netherlands; sunset
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