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The beginning of Culture House, Bodø. Norway
Norway

One week after startup of the building of Culture House, Bodø (Bodø kulturhus). The area is sealed off from public, and machines are in place and ground work has just started. This picture is taken 18. September 2011

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Tags: city; construction; street; bodø; norway; autumn
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