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(Français) Bouygues construction fête les journées européennes du patrimoine

(Français) Les 15 et 16 septembre prochains se déroule la 35e édition des Journées européennes du patrimoine. Bouygues construction à travers ses filiales a participé à la rénovation et construction de plusieurs lieux ouverts au public dans le cadre de ces journées. Découvrez une sélection de ces ouvrages emblématiques en France.

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