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King Willem-Alexander visists North South line


King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands leaves at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, after a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out


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Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander visists North South line




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