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Near the central fountain in front of Het Loo Palace
Netherlands

Het Loo Palace (Dutch: Paleis Het Loo, meaning "The Woods Palace") is a palace in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The symmetrical Dutch Baroque building was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten and was built between 1684 and 1686 for stadtholder-king William III and Mary II of England (ref. wikipedia). Photo's taken on July 25, 2010.

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