WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (1)
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WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (1)

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The yellow-red building is the recently finished faculty extension of the Duisenberg Building (the large gray building, also known as the WSN-gebouw). It houses the Faculty of Economics & Business and Spatial Sciences and is designed by 'pvanb architects'.

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A: WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (3)

by Frank van Tol, 40 meters away

The yellow-red building is the recently finished faculty extension of the Duisenberg Building (the la...

WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (3)

B: WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (2)

by Frank van Tol, 40 meters away

The yellow-red building is the recently finished faculty extension of the Duisenberg Building (the la...

WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (2)

C: Bernoulliborg Zernikecomplex

by Frank van Tol, 130 meters away

The Bernoulliborg is a building of the University of Groningen and located on the Zernikecomplex, jus...

Bernoulliborg Zernikecomplex

D: Zernikeplein Groningen

by Frank van Tol, 200 meters away

The Zernikeplein (“Zernike-square”) on the Zernike Complex in the city of Groningen. Several building...

Zernikeplein Groningen

E: Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum (entrance)

by Frank van Tol, 210 meters away

The 'Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum' located on the Zernikecomplex in the city of Groningen. This buil...

Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum (entrance)

F: Zernikeplein, Groningen

by Mark Bruggema, 230 meters away

Zernikeplein, Groningen

Zernikeplein, Groningen

G: Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum (side view)

by Frank van Tol, 240 meters away

The 'Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum' located on the Zernikecomplex in the city of Groningen. This buil...

Willem-Alexander Sportcentrum (side view)

H: Zernike, Groningen (snow)

by Mark Bruggema, 260 meters away

Zernike, Groningen

Zernike, Groningen (snow)

I: Life Sciences University of Groningen

by Frank van Tol, 260 meters away

'Mimicry' is the new building of the school of Life Sciences (part of the Faculty of Mathematics and ...

Life Sciences University of Groningen

J: Zernike, Groningen (snow)

by Mark Bruggema, 290 meters away

Zernike, Groningen

Zernike, Groningen (snow)

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