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Winter in Haarlem II

Earlier this week, I came home after five days in Edinburgh, but a Christmas photo from the Scottish capital will have to wait till next week. In the meantime I will post this winter photo, which I found in my archives, taken almost one year ago in my hometown Haarlem.
Another photo from the same day and city can be found here: Winter in Haarlem.

Some information about Haarlem and this photo:
Haarlem is located in the western part of the Netherlands, in between Amsterdam and the North Sea. It's the capital of the province of Noord-Holland and has about 150,000 inhabitants.
One of the prides of the city is de Grote of Sint Bavokerk (Great or Saint Bavo Church), seen here in the background. As well as het Teylers Museum (the building to the left of the church), which is the oldest public museum in the Netherlands (1784). On the left side you can see the drawbridge de Gravestenenbrug, that crosses the river het Spaarne.

I hope you like this photo and thanks for your visit!

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