Grote Markt Groningen Jaren '30 (impressie)

Een 360° impressie van hoe de Grote Markt in Groningen er in de jaren '30 eruit gezien kan hebben met de vooroorlogse bebouwing van de Noordwand en Oostwand nog in tact. Klik hier om de 360° panorama van de Grote Markt van Groningen anno 2010 te bekijken.

Bronnen van de gebruikte historische foto's

Noordwand (deel Oude Ebbingestraat tot aan de Oude Boteringestraat):


Noordwand (deel Martinitoren tot aan de Oude Ebbingestraat):





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Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Taken: 01/12/2011
Geüpload: 25/12/2010
Geüpdatet: 07/03/2015
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