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Former Sarma complex in Ghent completely filled at re-opening

Former Sarma complex in Ghent completely filled at re-opening

The former Sarma complex in Ghent has gone through a huge renovation and is ready for a grand opening, with every store location filled.

The biggest new store is Media Markt, taking up 2 floors. Casa, Blokker, Hans Anders, Damass, a Basic Fit and ICI Paris XL are also present.

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