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Centre Court, The Hague
Netherlands

The Centre Court is a relatively new office building. It houses several offices and appartments. The garden is very special. In fact it is a very smartly designed roof gaarden, as it is on top of a twoo story parking garage.

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Taken: 17/09/2011
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