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Marken - Holland
Netherlands

Marken es un pueblo pesquero del Norte de Holanda con una belleza incomparable. Esta foto esta tomada en el mes de Diciembre de 2011. Está situado a unos 30 minutos desde Amsterdam Central.

Copyright: Mielero1980
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Taken: 27/12/2011
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