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"Lit up by the blazing sun, there stood an old castle, that was surrounded by a deep canal, and from the wall to the water thick brushwood was growing." in Dutch

Door de glans der zon beschenen, stond daar een oud kasteel, dat door een diepe gracht omgeven was, en van den muur tot aan het water groeide dicht kreupelhout.

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The Dutch translation for “Lit up by the blazing sun, there stood an old castle, that was surrounded by a deep canal, and from the wall to the water thick brushwood was growing.” is Door de glans der zon beschenen, stond daar een oud kasteel, dat door een diepe gracht omgeven was, en van den muur tot aan het water groeide dicht kreupelhout.. The Dutch, Door de glans der zon beschenen, stond daar een oud kasteel, dat door een diepe gracht omgeven was, en van den muur tot aan het water groeide dicht kreupelhout., can be broken down into 29 parts:"by; through" (door), "the" (de), "glare" (glans), "of the (archaic)" (der), "sun" (zon), "to light up" (beschenen), "stood" (stond), "there (place)" (daar), "a; an" (een), "old" (oud), "castle" (kasteel), "that" (dat), "by; through" (door), "a; an" (een), "deep" (diepe), "canal" (gracht), "to surround" (omgeven), "was" (was), "and" (en), "from" (van), "the (old form)" (den), "wall" (muur), "until; to" (tot), "at" (aan), "the (neutral)" (het), "water" (water), "was growing" (groeide), "thick" (dicht) and "brushwood" (kreupelhout).

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