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The graveyard of the Oude Kerk at Gulpen on stormy night with ghost of Anna

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During a stormy night at the graveyard near the old Roman tower at Gulpen (The Netherlands), the ghost of Anna was recorded

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A: Pano saurus

by Hans Zijlstra, 590 meters away

The interior of my sisters house at Gulpen where I stay and a panosaurus becomes a saurus.

Pano saurus

B: Gulpenerberg Maria Monument

by Mark de Graaf, 720 meters away

Gulpenerberg Maria Monument

C: Chateau Neubourg

by Harry Zelfontspanner, 1.2 km away

Chateau Neubourg is located near Gulpen. The castle is undergoing at this moment (July 2012) a restor...

Chateau Neubourg

D: Schweiberghofke

by Robert Kroone, 3.6 km away

Vakantieappartementen Schweibergerhofke.

Schweiberghofke

E: Kasteel Schaloen

by Alexander Ruttgers, 5.2 km away

Kasteel Schaloen tijdens een zeer vroege lenteochtend in maart 2011.

Kasteel Schaloen

F: Kasteel Schaloen

by Erwin Maassen, 5.2 km away

HISTORIEVerdedigingsburchtDe oorspronkelijke burcht Schaloen was niet het sprookjeskasteel dat we nu ...

Kasteel Schaloen

G: Kerk Sibbe Voor

by Alexander Ruttgers, 5.4 km away

Dit is een 360 graden photo van wellicht de enige (mergelsteen) kerk in Nederland waar op het plaffon...

Kerk Sibbe Voor

H: Kerk Sibbe Achter

by Alexander Ruttgers, 5.4 km away

Dit is een 360 graden photo van wellicht de enige (mergelsteen) kerk in Nederland waar op het plaffon...

Kerk Sibbe Achter

I: Wispertal Margragten Kl

by Mark de Graaf, 5.5 km away

Wispertal Margragten Kl

J: processie Sibbe

by Alexander Ruttgers, 5.5 km away

Zo ziet het er in de Beckerswei uit kort voordat de jaarlijkse processie langs komt . . . . .

processie Sibbe

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