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Zeeland - Walcheren; from the series "nice cottages and gardens"

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While riding a byclicle or walking the island of Walcheren you can pass some nice cottages and gardens. You get a feeling of peace and tranquility just looking at them, don't you?

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A: Zeeland, Walcheren; a decayed farmyard

by René van Gageldonk, 60 meters away

On Walcheren there are some nice new farms, but when you look around you can also find some decayed f...

Zeeland, Walcheren; a decayed farmyard

B: Zeeland - Walcheren: Bird-sanctuary

by René van Gageldonk, 1.1 km away

In the middle of Walcheren, Zeeland, lies this bird-sanctuary. It's a vast, open area, used by many b...

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C: zeeland-walcheren-bird-sanctuary1

by René van Gageldonk, 1.2 km away

In the middle of Walcheren, Zeeland, lies this bird-sanctuary. It's a vast, open area, used by many b...

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F: From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Seisplein in Middelburg, the Netherlands

by René van Gageldonk, 2.3 km away

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Seisplein in Middelburg, the Netherlands.It's a busy road ...

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Seisplein in Middelburg, the Netherlands

G: From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": courtyard

by René van Gageldonk, 2.4 km away

In Middelburg there are some lovely courtyards, espessially in spring with blossom.

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": courtyard

H: From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": patio in st Antheunisstraat

by René van Gageldonk, 2.5 km away

This can be found in the centre of Middelburg, just like many other picturesque spots.

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": patio in st Antheunisstraat

I: From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Corner Penninghoek - Simpelhuisstraat

by René van Gageldonk, 2.6 km away

Close to the Market you can find this corner. It leads towards the Penninghoeksingel (water) and the ...

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Corner Penninghoek - Simpelhuisstraat

J: From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Van de Perrehuis / Zeeuws Archief, Middelburg

by René van Gageldonk, 2.6 km away

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Van de Perrehuis / Zeeuws Archief, MiddelburgOne of many o...

From de series "beauty spots, Middelburg": Van de Perrehuis / Zeeuws Archief, Middelburg

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