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Dutch mansion (1661) of the old widow Van Drie -den Elsen (1599-1681) with coach house (1652). Both built in a Dutch Classicism style, the coach house was remodelled several times, and finally split up into two houses. V-apps, 07-21-04 / 08-09-04




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