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Works (#1) of the future big stadium Lille Metropole (December 2009)
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This is a view of the works of the future football Lille Metropole stadium of the LOSC 'ELISA EIFFAGE' of Villeneuve d'Ascq. The shot was taken in december 2009, at the beginning of the afternoon.

The Grand Stade Lille Metropole is now called the Stade Pierre Mauroy.

Copyright: Franck masschelein
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Uploadet: 20/12/2009
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Tags: works; stadium; villeneuve d'ascq; france; football; lille; losc; grand stade; métropole; snow; eiffage; pierre mauroy
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