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Vrijheidsplein Groningen
Netherlands

Het Vrijheidsplein ten Noorden van de wijk Corpus den Hoorn in Groningen. Met de klok mee: het Gasunie-gebouw; hoofdkantoor van de Nederlandse Gasunie, het congres en evenementen centrum Martiniplaza en tot slot de woontorens van het nieuwbouwproject La Liberté met het viaduct van de Weg der Verenigde Naties (A7) er voorlangs.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Taken: 06/03/2011
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Tags: groningen; vrijheidsplein; gasunie; la liberté; architecture; intersection; square; the netherlands
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