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Grote Markt Groningen
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De Grote Markt in Groningen aan het eind van de middag. De Martinitoren (97m) is zichtbaar in het avondlicht en de nog (ongewijzigde) Oostwand. Deze Oostwand wordt in de toekomst afgebroken voor de plannen van het Forum.

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