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From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Harbour and Kaai
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The harbour is Veere is a good place to stay when you are travelling through Zeeland. The lovely town of Veere has the atmosphere of an mideaval town, but with the advantages of a modern place. The harbour has Wifi, bathroom etc. and there are some nice restaurants around.

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Tags: veere; harbour; veerse meer; zeeland; walcheren; haven; kaai
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