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Picture Forty-Five

Frozen At Naarden

An extremely cold amongst the fortifications of Naarden in The Netherlands. When it was constructed Naarden was one of the most advanced fortifications in the world with it's star-shaped bastions and wet moats. When Andrew visited on 18th March 2000 it was a very very cold day indeed with the wind blowing in rain straight of the IJmeer.  This is a timer shot.

To read about Andrew's trip to Naarden and Amsterdam, see Travel Pages: The Netherlands.

Other photos from his trip are at Pictures Eight, Eighty-Two, 111 and 131.

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