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De Weijer Boxmeer
Netherlands
De Weijer was from about the year 1000 till 1600 a rectory, till 1844 a manor house, until 1972 a convent and school. In 1974 was De Weijer sold to the municipality. Nowadays De Weijer is the arts centre of Boxmeer.
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