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Plaza and the blast furnaces of Belval, Luxembourg
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The site of former steelworks, Belval is currently being transformed into a museum and scientific and cultural centre and is currently very much under construction. The site is often visited by amateur photographers like me, the person I bumped into yesterday recommended also a visit to Völklingen Ironworks near nearby Saarbrücken for those who are interested in photo walks of industrial brownfields.

Copyright: Hans Ter Horst
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Caricate: 18/12/2013
Aggiornato: 03/09/2014
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Tags: industrial; museum; luxembourg; blast furnace; brownfield; belval
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