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New Apple Stores identified across Europe, Australia

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Mon March 26, 2012

Three more German locations planned

Plans for several new international Apple Store have been discovered, notes ifoAppleStore. In Germany Apple has posted jobs for two new outlets, located in Stuttgart and Cologne. A third store, in Hanover, is said to be under construction at Bahnhofstraße 5; iFun.de remarks that windows have been blacked out for construction.

Apple is also still at work on its first Berlin store. The Stuttgart and Cologne locations may open by October, but it's thought that the Hanover shop will only be finished by year's end or by early 2013.

Another confirmed store is one in Dijon, France. Job listings are already being posted, and construction schedules are believed to point to an October opening. In Spain, meanwhile, a store is rumored to be in the works for Valladolid's Calle de Santiago shopping district. The area is about two hours north of Madrid, and could see Apple arrive in October.

Australian job listings indicate that stores are coming to the capitol, Canberra, and to Brisbane, the latter possibly at Westfield Carindale. The Canberra shop could also be situated in a Westfield-run mall, since Apple has relied on the developer in the past, and there are two such malls in Canberra: Woden and Belconnen.




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