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Maastricht Histrory Between 1575 and 1825, a network of underground passageways or mine galleries was created on the western side of Maastricht. During times of siege, these tunnels were used to approach and surprise the enemy from under the ground. Like moles underground, people who dug this 14-kilometre long system of defensive tunnels under the western side of the city in the 18th century. During the Second World War, the people of Maastricht spent many fearful hours crowded together here, sheltering from bombardments. Good Morning Kaiko & Sem Maastricht Playground Catsofinstagram Samsung Galaxy S5 Taking Photos Catch The Moment Walking Around Casemates In Maastricht Walking The Dog Cats Of EyeEm King & Zazou Sem & Kaiko
Maastricht Histrory Good Morning Kaiko & Sem Catch The Moment Playground Walking Around Casemates In Maastricht Walking The Dog Sem & Kaiko King & Zazou Between 1575 and 1825, a network of underground passageways or mine galleries was created on the western side of Maastricht. During times of siege, these tunnels were used to approach and surprise the enemy from under the ground. Like moles underground, people who dug this 14-kilometre long system of defensive tunnels under the western side of the city in the 18th century. During the Second World War, the people of Maastricht spent many fearful hours crowded together here, sheltering from bombardments
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Between 1575 and 1825, a network of underground passageways or mine galleries was created on the western side of Maastricht. During times of siege, these tunnels were used to approach and surprise the enemy from under the ground. Like moles underground, people who dug this 14-kilometre long system of defensive tunnels under the western side of the city in the 18th century. During the Second World War, the people of Maastricht spent many fearful hours crowded together here, sheltering from bombardments Sem & Kaiko King & Zazou Walking The Dog In Maastricht Casemates Walking Around Taking Photos Playground Catsofinstagram Catch The Moment Cats Of EyeEm Samsung Galaxy S5 Kaiko & Sem Good Morning Maastricht Histrory Maastricht Chilling Out
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