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Innova Office Building in Jyväskylä
Finland

The Innova office building hosts mainly IT companies, but also has a a sauna at the top floor and a restaurant It is 15 stories and 59 meters high.

Copyright: Kalle björklid
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Uploaded: 11/09/2009
Updated: 09/11/2012
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