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The All We Need building, Belval, Luxembourg
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The "All We Need" building in Belval; will it survive the ongoing construction that has removed large parts of the brownfields in Belval? I do hope so as it has been a very characteristic building for a long time. On the left of the building, underneath the pipes you can see the Technoport building. 

Copyright: Hans ter horst
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Uploaded: 16/07/2013
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Tags: industrial; ironworks; smelting; blast furnace
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