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Paterswoldsemeer marina 'Zuidwesthoek' (winter)
Netherlands

The Marina 'Zuidwesthoek' during the winter of December 2010. This marina is located in the small lake called the 'Paterswoldsemeer' just under the city of Groningen.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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送信日: 29/12/2010
更新日: 20/08/2014
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Tags: winter; ice; ice-skating; cold; marina; groningen; paterswoldsemeer; lake; frozen; snow; frost
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