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Image: Gezicht op Judea, de hoofdstad van Siam Rijksmuseum SK-A-4477
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Description: Gezicht op Judea (Ayutthaya), de oude hoofdstad van Siam (Thailand). Ommuurde complex met tempels en ruïnes, gezien in vogelvlucht.
Title: Gezicht op Judea, de hoofdstad van Siam
Author: anonymous Johannes Vinckboons died 1670
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