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Kista Science Tower, Kista, Stockholm - 1
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Kista Science Tower is an office building complex in Kista, north of Stockholm city. The Tower is second tallest in Sweden and was the tallest in Scandinavia for a couple of years until the Turning Thorso building in Malmo, Sweden surpassed it.

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