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Stainless steel sculpture in Roombeek
Enschede

Under a triangular rocket like stainless steel sculpture close to "ground zero" in the quarter of Roombeek in Enschede. Photo's taken on september 5, 2010.

Copyright: Jan Mulder
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Chargée: 06/09/2010
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