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FCNQ Hotel in Ivujivik dining room
Province du Quebec
Salle à manger du nouvel hôtel de la FCNQ à Ivujivik. Photo prise vers la fin de la construction un peu avant la mise en place du mobilier. Dining room at the new FCNQ hotel in Ivujivik.
Copyright: François ducasse
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 18/12/2011
Updated: 07/08/2014
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Tags: fcnq; coop; ivujivik; nunavik; quebec; nouvel; salle; manger; cuisine; dining; room; kitchen
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