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Published on 6/25/2018

Published by marketing@concretebroker.com.au

At the top of the highest concrete structure in Greece (180m)!!

A magnificent view of this construction site and Ptolemaida valley.


 

Our Linked In connection Christos Vogiatzis shared the following images from the top of the highest concrete structure in Greece (180m)!! Cooling tower of the Power Plant V of DEH (Public Power Corporation) at Ptolemaida and the magnificent view of the construction site and Ptolemaida valle

 

We hope you enjoy...

 

 

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