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Uit de serie "Beauty spots, Middelburg": oude azijnfabriek
Netherlands

old vinegar factory, now an office. Middelburg has many historic buildings in many different styles. Even an old wooden middle-age façade. This one is obviously in Jugendstil, Art Nouveau style.

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Uploaded: 18/05/2011
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Tags: art nouveau; jugendstil; middelburg
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