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windmill in Schermer

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A: Farm in Schermer

by Emile Duijker, 660 meters away

Farm in Schermer

B: strijkmolens in Rustenburg

by Emile Duijker, 2.6 km away

strijkmolens in Rustenburg

C: Scholten

by Freddy Stapersma, 3.9 km away

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D: windmills in schermer

by Emile Duijker, 4.6 km away

The windmills in the Schermer are authentic watermills dating from the 17th century. These mills toge...

windmills in schermer

E: windmill in schermerhorn

by Emile Duijker, 4.7 km away

windmill in schermerhorn

F: Molen Heerhugo Spheri Klaar 90

by Mark de Graaf, 4.7 km away

Molen Heerhugo Spheri Klaar 90

G: Kooltuin canal, Alkmaar, old city centre

by Nicolai van der Smagt, 5.3 km away

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Kooltuin canal, Alkmaar, old city centre

H: Alkmaar: Waag at Night

by Felix Hagemann, 5.4 km away

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Alkmaar: Waag at Night

I: Laansloot, Broek op Langedijk

by Nicolai van der Smagt, 5.8 km away

Sun has just risen over a frozen Laansloot in Broek op Langedijk on a cold (-19 celsius) winter morning.

Laansloot, Broek op Langedijk

J: geestmerambacht 2

by Freddy Stapersma, 6.6 km away

this image was used for a videclip from Andreas vollenweiderit was taken at geestmerambacht near Alkm...

geestmerambacht 2

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