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Nicolaas and Barbara church, Valkenburg aan de Geul, The Netherlands

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Nicolaas and Barbara church at Valkenburg aan de Geul, The Netherlands

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C: Whilhelmina toren

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D: boven op de Sibber Grubbe

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E: Sibber Grubbe

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F: Hemelrijkstraat

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G: Kasteel Schaloen

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Kasteel Schaloen tijdens een zeer vroege lenteochtend in maart 2011.

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H: Kasteel Schaloen

by Erwin Maassen, 1.6 km away

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I: processie Sibbe

by Alexander Ruttgers, 2.3 km away

Zo ziet het er in de Beckerswei uit kort voordat de jaarlijkse processie langs komt . . . . .

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J: Kerk Sibbe Voor

by Alexander Ruttgers, 2.3 km away

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