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Harbour Vlaardingen
Rotterdam

There where once fisherboats dominated the harbour of Vlaardingen it is now the place for both historic and leasure boats to ancre. By history Vlaardingen has always been one of the major tonws that had a enormous herring fleet and all that remains are some little industries that remind of these golden days.

Copyright: Hans Molenkamp
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Uploaded: 27/09/2009
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Tags: haring; pleziervaart; stadshart; haven; harbour; city; westhavenkade; towncenter; historisch; historic
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