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Switzerland Zurich Turbinenstrasse Nagelhaus
Switzerland

Im Rahmen des Festivals "Art and the City" hat Pierre Haubensak die Brandmauer des Hauses Turbinenstrasse 12/14 mit einem Wallpainting gestaltet. Das Haus ist von lauter neuen Gebäuden umgeben und soll abgebrochen werden. Ein hängiger Rechtsstreit verhindert dies vorläufig.

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Uploaded: 05/08/2012
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