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Schipluiden
Netherlands

Schipluiden, in het groene hart van Middendelfland. Populair bij liefhebbers van alle vormen van buitensport zoals hardlopen en fietsen. Vanuit deze plaats gaan diverse fietstoutes door het hele gebied van Middendelfland via speciaal aangelegde fietspaden. In de winter zoekt menig schaatser zijn route via dit dorp om daar in een van de kroegen een opwarmertje te drinken.

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Tags: old village; heritage; outdoor; recreation; protected
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