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The Dye House in Brandts Passage
Denmark

The old factory area in the center of Odense with it's characterstic building like the Dye House is now part of a living city area. The main factory bulding "Brandts Klaedefabrik" futher down the street is a culture house. 

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Copyright: Flemming v. larsen
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Uploaded: 17/03/2009
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Tags: factory buildings; city center; brandts klaedefabrik; odense; denmark
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