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ECHA, North Atrium

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This panorama was taken in the North Atrium of the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA) on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. This atrium is located on the third floor of the building and can be rented out for events. The transparent walls of the two meeting rooms (by the main exit) can be removed to accommodate larger gatherings.

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