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Aerial photograph 553743
Construction site for the new building of " WILO Campus Dortmund " on Nortkirchenstrasse in the district Hoerde in Dortmund in the state North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

DORTMUND 11.04.2022

Dortmund from the bird's eye view: Construction site for the new building of WILO Campus Dortmund on Nortkirchenstrasse in the district Hoerde in Dortmund in the state North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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Construction site for the new building of " WILO Campus Dortmund " on Nortkirchenstrasse in the district Hoerde in Dortmund in the state North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Further information at: Baugesellschaft WALTER HELLMICH GmbH, DU Diederichs Projektmanagement AG & Co. KG, WILO SE, agn Niederberghaus & Partner GmbH. www.hellmich-gruppe.de / www.wilo.com / www.agn.de / www.du-diederichs.de Photo: Hans Blossey

Aerial image ID: 553743
Image resolution: 8192 x 5461 pixels x 24 bit
compressed image file size: 20,49 MB
Image file size: 127,99 MB
Sources and credit: © euroluftbild.de/Hans Blossey

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