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Church of Brummen
Netherlands
View on the historic church in the centre of the village Brummen on a sunny day at the beginning of summer
Copyright: Michel Geven
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Geüpload: 03/06/2013
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Tags: church; church tower; square; pavement; historic; city centre; tree
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