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Arts Building, Main Floor
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This panorama was taken on the main floor of Arts and Convocation Hall (Old Arts, A) on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. 

This building, built in 1912, is a neo-classical brick and stone structure wich was once the centre of campus. The central wing extending back from Arts is known as Convocation Hall. This wing is now primarily used for Department of Music recitals and concerts and for special ceremonies.

Copyright: University Of Alberta
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Uploaded: 13/03/2012
Updated: 22/04/2014
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