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Posted by  Peer81 (Peter) on December 17, 2002 at 09:30:18:

In Reply to:  New York Architecture (RE: Peer_81) posted by chris on December 16, 2002 at 01:34:00:

Thanks for the information Chris!

Finding info about building's as the Chrysler building and Sichr building are easy to find, but it's ofcourse not enough for five day's. Beside's where from Holland so where not very in to NY so to say. That's also why I'm surprised to see a new builing of Rem on the list! It would have taken us a lot of time to find this info. We'll centainly check out the book!
Thanks!

Greets Peter.

 
 
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