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The Schansbrug in Maassluis
Netherlands

On the drawbridge the Schansbrug in Maasluis you can see the Binnenhaven of Maassluis, the Kerkeiland (church island), the old cityhall quay, the towage museum with the tugboats "de Furie" and "Hudson".

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Tags: maassluis; harbour; tugboat; museum; furie; hudson; drawbridge; church
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