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The village 't Woud
Netherlands

The very small village with the old Dutch name 't Woud is situated near the city of Delft. It is a very popular spot with bikers and other sporters to have their coffeebreak or lunch. The village is a protected area for it's character is becoming rare in the Netherlands.

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