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Parkeerplaats Whilhelmina toren
Aachen

Sinds juni 2011 staat hij er: de nieuwe 34 meter hoge Wilhelmina toren nabij het drielandenpunt in Vaals!

Vanaf het hoogtste punt van de toren zijn er tijdens mooi weer schitterende vergezichten mogelijk over Zuid Limburg en een groot deel van Aachen en omgeving.

Als u in de buurt bent is het zeker de moeite waard om eens een kijke te gaan nemen op 353.5 meter boven N.A.P.

En, wel de trap nemen . . . .

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Uploaded: 16/09/2011
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