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The town of Lemmer in Friesland, the Netherlands
Netherlands

The towncenter of Lemmer is very popular with all people involved with watersports. The harbour as well as the marina is also almost a homecoming for the many Germans who have stalled their yachts overthere. The harbour is also a important exchange point between the IJsselmeer and the Friesian lakes.

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Tags: holiday; diving; sailing; island; vacation; yachting; lakes; friesland
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