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General information
Town or cityNijmegen
Design and construction
ArchitectFrancine Houben and Francesco Veenstra

FiftyTwoDegrees is an 86-metre-tall (282 ft) high-rise building in Nijmegen, Netherlands. It is from a special design. Its lower floors are built as an inclined tower, while its upper sections are from conventional design. FiftyTwoDegrees was completed in 2007.

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Coordinates: 51°49′28.75″N 5°49′29.97″E / 51.8246528°N 5.8249917°E / 51.8246528; 5.8249917

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