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Outlook from a bridge in Oostmahorn near Esonstad
Netherlands

Esonstad is a recreation village in historic Dutch style, with houses for rent by Landal Greenparks. Around it are numerous possibilities for boating, sailing, surfing and other watersports. Photo's taken on may 23, 2010.

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