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View on Groningen from the DUO-building
Netherlands

Uitzicht op de stad Groningen vanaf de 24e etage van de nieuwbouw van DUO en de Belastingdienst aan de Kempkensberg. Dit in 2011 opgeleverde gebouw heeft als bijnaam 'het Cruiseschip' en is met 92 meter het (op de Martinitoren na) hoogste gebouw van de stad. In het kader van de Dag van de Architectuur 2011 won dit gebouw de publieksprijs.

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