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Riverside Project at Batanagar
India
A huge office cum residential project is planned at Batanagar, a 25 min drive from south Kolkata . This is the dining cum living room of a show flat built at the site.
Copyright: Vivek Dev Burman
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Загружена: 16/09/2008
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