The cube-shaped container has a height of 52 cm and a square base. The container was filled to the brim with water, then we immersed a metal cube in it, which caused 2.7 l of water to flow out of the container. After removing the cube from the water, the water level in the container dropped by 12 cm. How much l of water remained in the container?
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