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Watertower in Örebro Picture 2
Orebro
The water tower known as mushroom. It was inaugurated in May 1958 and is 58 meters high and can accommodate nine billion liters of water. A copy of the building, but 33 percent more were built in the Saudi capital of Riyadh on behalf of Prince Faisal bin Abdul Aziz
Copyright: Lars Lindahl
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Uploaded: 13/04/2011
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