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Français : Les Hangars aeronautiques de Velizy. Les bâtiments de la photo ont été construits après la 2ème guerre mondiale à l'emplacement de 3 hangars réalisés entre 1919 et 1925 par l'entreprise Limousin selon plans Freyssinet. Il s'agissait d'ouvrages classiques en béton armé et non d'ouvrages en béton précontraint. Ces hangars ont été détruits pendant la guerre lors des bombardements de Vélizy.

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