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Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum (side view)
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The 'Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum' located on the Zernikecomplex in the city of Groningen. This building is home of the Faculty of Sport-Studies of the Hanze-University Groningen. It has varies sports-halls, a swimming-pool and fitness facilities. The building itself is designed by AGS Architekten & Planners and was finished 1 February 2008 and opened in that same year by prime-minister Balkenende.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Uploaded: 07/02/2011
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