View on the river Rhine and Europakade
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View on the river Rhine and Europakade

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Pole panorama of the Europakade on the place where the river Rhine enters the Netherlands. Recently there is a new appartement building realised on the side of the hotel

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A: Huis Aerdt Herwen

by Michel Geven, 4.1 km away

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Huis Aerdt Herwen

B: Small church of Elten

by Michel Geven, 4.6 km away

Pole panorama of a small church in the village Elten

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C: Church of Aerdt

by Michel Geven, 5.0 km away

Pole panorama of the church of the village Aerdt, part of the community of Rijnwaarden

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D: Pole panorama of the Sint-Vitus Church in Hoch-Elten

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Pole panorama of the Sint-Vitus Church in Hoch-Elten

E: windmill of Elten

by Michel Geven, 5.3 km away

Pole panorama of the windmill of Elten in early spring

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F: Pole panorama of Babberich Franciscuschurch

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G: Careza De Kroon

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H: Große Straße in Kleve

by Zoran Trost, 7.6 km away

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Große Straße in Kleve

I: Montferland Stokkum

by Michel Geven, 7.6 km away

Zandverstuiving in het Bergher bos ter hoogte van Stokkum in het vroege voorjaar;

Montferland Stokkum

J: Lohengrin fountain in Kleve

by Zoran Trost, 7.6 km away

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