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This picture taken during my daily bicycle trip

This photo was taken where an old farm used to be
Today a very beautiful building in the middle of the rural village of Den Hoorn - Sint Rita.
The agricultural land around decent buildings is bought up by other farmers to expand their own business
In the Middle Ages the village was situated on the sea, where the name "Den Hoorn" comes from a horn-shaped dune on which it lies.
The town suffered a lot during the Second World War, which several bunkers in the landscape still remember. In 1944, the bridges over the Leopold Canal and the Schipdonk Canal were blown up, separating the hamlet from the Moerkerke parish center.

I hope you like it.

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18/12/2020 11:42:01
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EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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