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Postcard from Groningen

Postcard from Groningen

Postcard from Holland is a regular feature on this blog. On Wednesdays I post a card from my collection of vintage postcards. Today: A postcard from Groningen.

A postcard from the Rabenhaupt kazerne (barracks) at the Hereweg in Groningen. The barracks were destroyed by fire in 1945. It was named after Carel Rabenhaupt, a 17th century army commander who played an important role at the defense of Groningen city.

The postcard was probably sent in the 1920s.

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