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Vision Mitte Construction Site

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Aerial view of the construction site vision mitte in windisch, switzerland. These buildings will be used to extend the University of Applied Sciences.

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A: Aerial View Vision Mitte Windisch Switzerland

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Text by Steve Smith.

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