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The Martinikerk Groningen (the choir)
Netherlands

The interior of the oldest church of the city of Groningen: the Martinikerk ("Martin's Church"). It is a view of the choir of the church, the height of the choir's blue arches about 25 meters.

Copyright: Frank van tol
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上传: 07/11/2010
更新: 20/08/2014
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Tags: church; interior; groningen; netherlands; the netherlands; holland; martinikerk; kerk; saint martin; organ; nederland; orgel; cathedral; gothic; gotisch; arp schnitger; choir; the choir; koor; het koor
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