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Row of security staff marching to work, Shanghai. : Stock Photo
Image shot at the Expo site in Shanghai, China. The main building, called 'Expo Axis', has the world's largest membrane construction and was built by SBA architects and Knippers Helbig structural engineers.

Row of security staff marching to work, Shanghai.

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Image shot at the Expo site in Shanghai, China. The main building, called 'Expo Axis', has the world's largest membrane construction and was built by SBA architects and Knippers Helbig structural engineers.
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