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The Vesteda Tower. Impressive landmark in the Netherlands. Since 2006 icon of Eindhoven. Not for nothing. Eindhoven is the fifth largest city in the Netherlands. but also European Design Capital 2006. "Lighttown". Technology City. Plus Burgundian city Brabant heart where it is particularly enjoy of museums, galleries and theaters, restaurants, cafés and shops. An ambitious city of modern architecture and construction. In the "Smalle haven" area symbolizing architectural innovation. Where the renewed Vestdijk and Stratumseind are ​​the elegant entrance to the inner city. With the Vesteda Tower as stately style icon of 90 meters high, right in the middle.

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