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Grote Markt Groningen in the 1930s (general impression)

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A general impression of how the Grote Markt in the city of Groningen might have looked like in the 30s of the 20th century. Click here to view the 360° panorama of the Grote Markt of Groningen nowadays.

Sources of the historical pictures used

North-side (from the 'Oude Ebbingestraat' to the 'Oude Boteringestraat'):
Grunn.nl

and
Beeldbankgroningen.nl

North-side (from the 'Martinitoren' to the 'Oude Ebbingestraat'):
Beeldbankgroningen.nl

and
Beeldbankgroningen.nl

East-side:
Groningerarchieven.nl

and
Groningerarchieven.nl

South-side:
Groningerarchieven.nl

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A: Grote Markt Groningen

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B: Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

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C: View from the Diamond Wheel (Groningen)

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D: Grote Markt, Groningen

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Grote Markt, Groningen

Grote Markt, Groningen

E: Annual May Funfair Groningen

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F: Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

de Mark Bruggema, la distanta de 20 metri

Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

G: Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

de Mark Bruggema, la distanta de 20 metri

Pleintjesbasketbal. Grote Markt, Groningen

Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

H: Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

de Mark Bruggema, la distanta de 30 metri

Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

I: Grote Markt, Groningen

de Mark Bruggema, la distanta de 50 metri

Grote Markt, Groningen

Grote Markt, Groningen

J: Pleintjesbasketbal, Waagstraat, Groningen

de Mark Bruggema, la distanta de 60 metri

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