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Climbing Center Bjoeks Groningen
Netherlands

Climbing center Bjoeks is located in the recreational area Kardinge, north-east of the city of Groningen. The yellow climbing-tower (Excalibur) is 37 meters high and the highest freestanding climbing tower in the world.

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Tags: groningen; bjoeks; architecture; city; climbing center; the netherlands; excalibur
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