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Karlstad CCC (Congress and Culture Centre)
Sweden

A night-shot of Karlstad CCC under construction. The center is situated at the riverbank of "Klarälven", one of Swedens greatest rivers. The main congress hall has the capacity to welcome 1600 visitors.

The center was opened in the beginning of 2011, and have since then presented a large number of events and concerts.  

Copyright: Tommy axaeus
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Uploaded: 04/05/2011
Updated: 10/04/2012
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