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Karel Vermeeren was a painter and writer. Born 1 February 1912 in Eindhoven. He has more than 46 years been associated with education and has written several books about Eindhoven. What many do not know is that Karel is also a meritorious painter. He produced no less than 740 paintings. Here you also have a look at the vesteda tower, a 2006 built residential tower.
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