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Sint Walburgiskerk, Zutphen
Netherlands

The Sint Walburgiskerk located on the 's-Gravenhof, locally known as the Walburgkerk. Parts of the church date back to the 11th century, but the current exterior dates from the 13th and 16th century. It is famous for the Librije, the chained library of 750 books dating back to 1561. On the left the old City Hall is visible, and further to the left, the new City Hall.

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