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View over Groningen from La Liberté (Northern-corner)
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Uitzicht over de stad Groningen vanuit een loggia op de Noordhoek op de 21e verdieping van de ongeveer 70 meter hoge woontoren van het La Liberté complex in Groningen. La Liberté is het nieuwe wooncomplex van Christelijke Woningstichting Patrimonium aan het Vrijheidsplein. Het gebouw is ontworpen door de Franse architect Dominique Perrault (meest bekend om zijn ontwerp van de Bibliothèque nationale de France in Parijs) en Oving Architekten (co-architect).

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