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Schelfhorst Park in Almelo
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The Schelfhorst park in Almelo is a nice park that is located on the Singel Sluitersveld and Van Rechteren Limpurgsingel (N349). Nice actively go running, for a stroll, a picnic or to go sightseeing. Ducklings on the water.

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Uploaded: 30/06/2014
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