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65 Avenue & 118 Street
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This panorama was taken on the South Campus of the University of Alberta on 65 Avenue and 118 Street. The back of the Saville Community Sports Centre is clearly visable as well as the Feed Mill. The Agri-Food Discovery Place is seen in the south across a field. The Laird W McElroy Environmental & Metabolic Research Centre and Livestock Pavillion is to the north west. 

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Uploaded: 04/10/2011
Updated: 22/04/2014
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