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Stoker & Brander
Netherlands

The two recently finished residential towers are called the Stoker & Brander and are both aproximately 80 meters high. These two towers are situated next to the Euroborg stadium, home of Groningen's soccer-club FC Groningen.

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Uploaded: 01/11/2010
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