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UNM Ceria Ortega Humanities Woodward Overpass
New Mexico

This is another location on the overpass that connects several buildings at UNM. This is between Ceria (SW), Ortega (NW) and Woodward Halls (SE), and the Humanities Building (NE).

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
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Resolution: 12490x6245
Taken: 17/05/2010
Uploaded: 17/05/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015
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