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Uit de serie "Beauty spots, Veere": Stadhuis
Netherlands

In deze leuke plaats kunt u rondlopen en oude gebouwen zoals het voormalig stadhuis bezoeken. Ze huisvesten meestal een museum of hebben andere publieke functies.

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