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Construction-site La Liberté (April 2011)
Netherlands

The construction-site of the La Liberté residential project in Groningen, the Netherlands. The project consists out of two towers and the highest measures aproximately 70 meters.

It is located next to the Vrijheidsplein roundabout facing the famous Gasunie building. La Liberté is designed by the French architect Dominique Perrault (most famous for designing the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris).

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Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Taken: 10/04/2011
Uploaded: 12/04/2011
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: groningen; the netherlands; netherlands; architecture; towers; building; la liberté; residential towers; dominique perrault; perrault; geveke; patrimonium; liberté
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