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From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Near the ferry Veere
Netherlands

In Veere kan je de pont pakken naar de overkant richting Kamperland. Je kunt je fiets meenemen en op die manier een aantal eilanden van Zeeland doorkruisen.

Hier op dit punt staat ook de Camveerse Toren; een gebouw dat nu dienst doet als restaurant en hotel.

Copyright: René Van Gageldonk
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Tags: ferry; veere; campveerse toren; harbour; veerse meer; walcheren
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