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From the series "Outdoor places on Walcheren": Garden of Zeeduin2
Netherlands

On Walcheren there are a few left outdoor places. Many of them can be found between Vrouwenpolder and Domburg. This is not far from Domburg in a nice forrest erea.

Copyright: René Van Gageldonk
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