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An architect fond of Sudoku has planned the cities based on his favorite hobby and placed the buildings in rows and columns. One has to reconstruct the city, putting the numbers in the boxes representing the floors of each building. As in Sudoku, it is not possible to repeat in a row, in a column or in a pane the same number. In addition to internal numbers, there are also other kinds of clues that should be interpreted changing point of view. If one moves outside and looks inside, the highest buildings cover the smaller ones. The numbers on the pink sections indicate how many buildings can be seen by the observer from outside along the same row or column.

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