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Sibber Grubbe
Netherlands

De "Sibber Grubbe" tussen Sibbe en Valkenburg. Uit deze oude groeve werd een groot gedeelte van de mergelsteen gehaald waar veel huizen in de omgeving mee gebouwd zijn.

Copyright: Alexander ruttgers
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Uploaded: 27/03/2011
Updated: 12/08/2014
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