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Vrijheidsplein Groningen
Netherlands

The Vrijheids plein (“liberty-square”) is a large roundabout intersection in the city of Groningen. It connects Groningen’s beltway to the A7 (E22) higway. Visible in the picture are the head office of the Dutch Gasunie and one of the residential towers of La Liberté.

Copyright: Frank van tol
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Resolution: 9256x4628
Subida: 15/03/2011
Actualizado: 20/08/2014
Número de vistas: 41
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Frank van Tol
View over Groningen from La Liberté (Northern-corner)
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View over Groningen from La Liberté (Eastern-corner)
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Laan van de Vrijheid, Groningen
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Construction-site La Liberté (April 2011)
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Hoofdkantoor Nederlandse Gasunie
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Gasunie, Groningen (night)
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Laan van de Vrijheid, Groningen (snow)
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