Schelfhorst Park in Almelo
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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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A: Schelhorst Park 20140630

by André Wolff www.andrewolff.nl, 10 meters away

The Schelfhorst park in Almelo is a nice park that is located on the Singel Sluitersveld and Van Rech...

Schelhorst Park 20140630

B: The Schelfhorst park in Almelo in the snow

by André Wolff www.andrewolff.nl, 100 meters away

The Schelfhorst park in Almelo is a nice park that is located on the Singel Sluitersveld and Van Rech...

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C: Winter in the Schelfhorst park in Almelo

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E: Het Tolhuis aan de Gravenallee in Almelo

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G: Village pump

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H: At the back side of the Theatre Hotel

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I: Het Kanaal Almelo-Nordhorn

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J: Collective Fire-extinguishing System XL Businesspark Twente

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