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Academy Building University of Groningen

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The academy building of the University of Groningen located on the Broerstraat in Groningen's city center. This building is the third Academy building located on this location, the first one was demolished in 1846 due to it's worse conditions, the second one was destroyed in 1906 in a fire and the third and current building was built in 1909.

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A: Universiteit Groningen, Broerstraat

Mark Bruggema作, ここから20メートル

Universiteit Groningen, Broerstraat

Universiteit Groningen, Broerstraat

B: Universiteit Groningen, Broerstraat

Mark Bruggema作, ここから40メートル

Universiteit Groningen, Broerstraat

Universiteit Groningen, Broerstraat

C: Oude Boteringestraat, Groningen

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Oude Boteringestraat, Groningen

Oude Boteringestraat, Groningen

D: Harmoniecomplex Groningen

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The Harmonie Complex in the center of the city of Groningen, the Netherlands. It houses the Faculty o...

Harmoniecomplex Groningen

E: 'Versus' Harmoniecomplex Groningen

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An interactive view from under the archway to the Harmonie Complex of the University of Groningen, th...

'Versus' Harmoniecomplex Groningen

F: Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

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Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

Pleintjesbasketbal, Grote Markt, Groningen

G: Waagplein Groningen

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The Waagplein in the city's center of Groningen. It is one of the oldest streets of the city, but com...

Waagplein Groningen

H: Pleintjesbasketbal, Waagstraat, Groningen

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Pleintjesbasketbal, Waagstraat, Groningen

Pleintjesbasketbal, Waagstraat, Groningen

I: Waagplein, Groningen

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Waagplein, Groningen

Waagplein, Groningen

J: Vismarkt, Groningen

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Vismarkt, Groningen

Vismarkt, Groningen

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