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Previously this 250m long Venlo street was called the Kloosterstraat but when Napoleon Bonaparte walked through this street on horseback in 1804 the street got another one to the Keizerstraat. Nice to know...Napoleon's horse lost a horseshoe and this horseshoe is bricked into the wall. The street is popularly called "De Floddergats".
Passion for photography in all forms. From abandoned buildings to landscapes, from night photography to concert photography. By photographing abandoned buildings people want to take them to the hidden world behind walls where nature slowly takes back the building. And now these pictures can also hang on your wall.
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With its modern and thin frame, available in the colors black, white, gold and silver, you mount an amazing looking artwork on your wall. And the size is not a limitations as you order it in 15 x 3 metres.
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