Ruins of a builing in nature reserve the Loowaard where the land is given back to the nature. This nature reserve is still open for public to walk and strall.
Copyright: Michel geven
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Resolution: 11576x5788
Uploaded: 30/10/2013
Updated: 15/07/2014


Tags: ruins; ruïne; loowaard; duiven; river forelands; uiterwaard; naturereserve; overwoekerd; overgrown; autumn; fall;
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