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From the bridge near stadsschuur, Middelburg
Netherlands

This is the bridge near the tribunal and nice old streets of Middelburg, Walcheren, Zeeland. From here you can go to both the new and the old area of Middelburg.

A nice spot to start your tour.

Copyright: René Van Gageldonk
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Uploaded: 31/05/2012
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Tags: bridge; tribunal; middelburg; walcheren; old bridge; city centre
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