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Building the Culture House, Bodø, Norway
Norway
The construction of the new Culture House in Bodø, Norway is already well on it's way, ground works are done, and the concrete foundation is slowly taking it's shape. The building will open in May 2014.
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Uploaded: 03/05/2012
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