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Rheder and Worth-Rheder Heathland
Netherlands

The Rheder and Worth-Rheder heathland is a beautiful open landscape in the vicinity of the town Arnhem, The Netherlands. It is less popular than the Posbank area which is very close to this location. Although the landscape is rather similar to the Posbank it is not as crowded and therefore a much better place and very worthwhile to visit. From this point you have a beautiful view over the heathland of the national park Veluwezoom.

Copyright: Erwin luesink
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 21936x2343
Uploaded: 13/07/2011
Actualizat: 22/04/2012
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Tags: rheden; heathland; veluwezoom; the netherlands; netherlands; veluwe; heide
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