Middendelfland Kwakelweg

The nature reserve named Middendelfland in the heart of the industrialized Rijnmond as seen from a road named the Kwakelweg. The area serves many people in their search for recreation and is the result of many years of strugle for the protection of this part of South Holland.

Copyright: Hans Molenkamp
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Uploaded: 27/09/2009
Updated: 23/02/2012


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