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The TurningTorso building in Malmö Sweden
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An interesting building designed by Santiago Calatrava. I live 50 mil from Malmö But traveled on business to the city when the decision was made to Calatrava's Turning Torso was to be built. During my work trips to Malmö, I then see how the building took shape

Copyright: Lars Lindahl
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Uploaded: 21/11/2012
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Tags: sweden; malmö; turning torso; santiago calatrava
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