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Dutch winter landscape
Utrecht
Copyright: Anton van tetering
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Resolution: 11178x5589
Uploaded: 10/01/2009
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Tags: ice; ice; winter; winter; uithof; uithof; dutch; dutch; landscape; landscape
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winter in the Netherlands
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Ice skaters at Fort Rhijnauwen
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Autumn in Amelisweerd at the Scheidingslaan
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Eikenlaan in de buurt van Rhijnauwen
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On the riverside of the Kromme Rijn
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Fallen leaves on the Scheidingslaan, Amelisweerd
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Kromme Rijn bij Rhijnauwen
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Bosrand in de buurt van Nieuw Amelisweerd
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