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Schippergarage in Almere
Netherlands

View from the pedestrian walkway next to the Schippergarage underground parking in the new city center of Almere. Looking at the 'Side By Side' appartment buildings, the Urban Entertainment Center and art center 'De Kunstlinie'

Copyright: Harald walker
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Uploaded: 02/04/2010
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Tags: parking; almere; architecture; holland; outdoor; numbers
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