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Nederlands: Bospad. Locatie, Kroondomein Het Loo.
English: Forest path. Location, Kroondomein (Netherlands).
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Author Agnes Monkelbaan
Camera location52° 17′ 13.06″ N, 5° 52′ 36.87″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

De Koninklijke Houtvesterij is een uitgestrekt bos- en heidegebied dat gekenmerkt wordt door natuurschoon, stilte en rust. De voornaamste bestemming van de Koninklijke Houtvesterij was in het verleden jacht en bosbouw. Van oudsher is het gebied bekend om zijn wild.
English: The Royal Forestry is a vast forest and heath area characterized by natural beauty, peace and tranquility. The main destination of the Royal Forestry in the past hunting and forestry. Traditionally the area is known for its wildlife.

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