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Four-dimensional synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging, also known as differential SAR tomography, is a new research topic in the framework of coherent multitemporal/multibaseline SAR processing that extends the interferometry concept. Four-dimensional SAR imaging-based processing could improve the capability of ground-scatterer monitoring with respect to classical differential interferometric SAR processing. The first results on the applicability of such an advanced tomographic SAR processing to real spaceborne data were recently discussed in the literature. In this letter, we present the results of an experiment with a data set that demonstrates the potentialities of this new technique for monitoring complex targets, such as infrastructures.