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Third picture of my trip.

2019 Bike trip to Sluis in the Netherlands, what a pleasure with lovely weather, 40 km together.
Early in the morning after a night with high temperatures and a less sleep, went I with my bicycle to this picturesque village.

The Reformed Church is a former Protestant church of the Dutch Reformed Church in Sint Anna ter Muiden in the province of Zeeland.
The 14th-century tower is the only one that remains of the former gothic crucifix that was destroyed during the Eighty Years' War. The tower also served as a lighthouse when the town still had a harbor in the 14th century. The church was dedicated to Saint Anna, the mother of Mary. This church was destroyed during the Eighty Years' War (around 1600). A reformed church was built on the east side in 1653. [1] The church received the status of a national monument in 1973

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