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  • Nicole Fawley

    Wadala Tower - Mumbai, India #travel #beautiful

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    Wadala Tower - Mumbai, India. This design shows just what our future can hiold. It really shows how architecture can reflect an area or idea, as well as impact your emotions. It is just amazing how far advanced we have come.

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