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Anyone wanting to check out the epic that was Liege University Mechanics Institute, you are too late :cry: :cry: :cry:

These were taken at the beginning of the month presumably by the developers.

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Time to scrub another legendary location off the map...

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I'm lucky I got to see two of the huge buildings last year, I'd wanted to see it ever since I first saw photos of it years ago...thankful I made the effort now!

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