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Zniesienie resrtykcji covidowych w belgijskiej enklawie (21)

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A car drives between Baarle-Hertog Belgium and Baarle Nassau of the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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A car drives between Baarle-Hertog Belgium and Baarle Nassau of the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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A pedestrian crosses the border from Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Dutch artist Sylvia Reijbroek, poses in her art gallery "Galerie Kunst vol Leven" where the border which crosses from Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium passes through on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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People in Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands enjoy there lunch outside a restaurant next to the border which crosses into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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People in Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands enjoy there lunch outside a restaurant next to the border which crosses into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists ride between Baarle-Hertog Belgium and Baarle Nassau of the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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A cyclist close to the border which crosses from Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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The photographer makes a selfie at the border line between Belgium and the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the excalve village of Baarle-Hertog & Baarle-Nassau between Belgium and the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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A house where the border which crosses from Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium passes through on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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People in Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands enjoy there lunch outside a restaurant next to the border which crosses into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists cross the border from Belgium to Baarle-Nassau in the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists cross the border from Belgium to Baarle-Nassau in the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists cross the border from Belgium to Baarle-Nassau in the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists cross the border from Belgium to Baarle-Nassau in the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists cross the border from Belgium to Baarle-Nassau in the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Cyclists cross the border from Belgium to Baarle-Nassau in the Netherlands on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog Belgium. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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A construction traffic signs is seen at the border between the Netherlands and Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the excalve village of Baarle-Hertog & Baarle-Nassau between Belgium and the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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People in Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands enjoy there lunch outside a restaurant next to the border which crosses into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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People in Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands enjoy there lunch outside a cafe near to the border which crosses into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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People in Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands enjoy ice cream next to the border which crosses into Baarle-Hertog, Belgium on April 28, 2021 in the enclaved village of Baarle-Hertog, Belgium and Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. Baarle-Hertog is a municipality of Belgium, much consisting of a number of small Belgian exclaves fully within the Netherlands. The Netherlands ended a controversial nighttime curfew and cafes can serve customers outdoors as part of an easing of coronavirus restrictions, even as cases continued to rise. Whilst Belgium plans on easing restrictions as of May 8. Fot Thierry Monasse/REPORTER