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Martinikerkhof Groningen
Netherlands

The Martinikerkhof ("Martini-graveyard") is located in Groningen city's center, just behind the Martinichurch and tower. From 1112 till 1627 the midieval church Sint-Walburgkerk was located on this spot. In the 70s of the 20th century this square was in use as a parking space, nowadays however it functions as a public garden.

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Tags: groningen; nature; church; park; public garden; martinikerkhof; martinikerk; martinitoren; autumn; trees
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