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The Konik or Polish primitive horse is a small, semiferal horse, originating in Poland. In Maastricht, the Netherlands, a herd was released in 1995, in de Kleine Weerd, a 12-hectare strip of land along the river Meuse. People are advised not to go near the horses because their reactions are unpredictable. Following the success of this program, Koniks were also brought to other Dutch provinces and also to Germany, France, Latvia and the United Kingdom.

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Comments (46)

Maja Go on March 21, 2013

Very nice horses and Marvelous photo!

LIKE and FV You got very nice

position of these horses! What they

look at? Best greetings, Maya

Nelly T on April 30, 2013

Excellent work and picture. L!


Henk Bouwers on June 26, 2013

like. Gr henk

Buts Yuri on June 27, 2013

Very beautiful panorama! LIKE-44! Greetings from Ukraine! Yuri.

Andrzej Brudziński..… on August 23, 2013

Beautiful Photography!


Greetings from Poland.Andrzej

rod bally on March 18, 2014

Wonderful picture! L&F. Greetings from South Africa. Rod

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Photo taken in Bedrijventerrein Sloterdijk, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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  • Uploaded on February 1, 2013
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