Stadsschouwburg Groningen
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Stadsschouwburg Groningen

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The Stadsschouwburg is the city theatre of the city of Groningen. It is the most important theatre of this city, built in 1883 and since 1994 a state-monument.

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B: Martinikerkhof, Groningen, Nederland

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C: Martinikerkhof, Groningen, Nederland

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D: Martinikerkhof, Groningen, Nederland

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E: Martinikerkhof Groningen

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F: The Martinikerk Groningen (the choir)

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G: Martinikerkhof, Groningen, Nederland

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H: Top Floor Car-park Naberpassage

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I: The Martinikerk Groningen (the nave II)

by Frank van Tol, 230 meters away

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J: Sint Walburgstraat, Groningen, Nederland

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