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Wijnegem Shopping Center welcomes 6 new stores

Wijnegem Shopping Center welcomes 6 new stores

The Wijnegem Shopping Center near Antwerp has welcomed six new stores, with a pharmacy, Oxford, Filou & Friends, Calzedonia and Brax, and a high profile store of the O'Neill chain. With the pharmacy, the Wijnegem Shopping Center gets a first in this branch, with the others more traditionally in the clothing branch.

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