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View over Groningen from La Liberté (Northern-corner)
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View over the city of Groningen as seen from a loggia on the Northern-corner of the La Liberté residential building project in Groningen, the Netherlands. La Liberté is designed by the French architect Dominique Perrault (most famous for designing the 'Bibliothèque Nationale de France' in Paris) and Oving Architects (co-architect).

Copyright: Frank van tol
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Загружена: 25/06/2011
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Tags: groningen; la liberté; liberté; view; cityscape; high; tower; architecture; highway; city; netherlands; holland; dutch; the netherlands; dominique perrault; perrault
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