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Transferium Hoogkerk Groningen
Netherlands

The Transferium Hoogkerk (a transfer place were one can park their car and continue their travel to the city by public transportation) was opened in January 2011. It is located just outside the city of Groningen, right next to the highway A7.

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Tags: groningen; architecture; modern; transferium; hoogkerk; the netherlands
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