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Town edges as calling cards

26 June 2013

The Groningen-Assen Region alliance has commissioned the Centre for Landscape Studies of the University of Groningen to assess the quality of town edges in that area. According to project leader Anne Wolff, the study is a major contribution to regional spatial planning policy which aims to showcase local beauty spots.

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