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Under the Tasman Toren
Netherlands

Een 360 graden panorama genomen onder de 'triomfboog' van de Tasmantoren te Groningen. De Tasmantoren is ongeveer 75 meter hoog en kwam gereed in 2010.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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