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AUBG ABF Student Center - Cafe
Bulgaria

The 10,000 square meter America for Bulgaria Student Center is equipped with state–of–the–art kitchen and dining facilities, including cafe and terrace overlooking the campus. The center has a multi–sport arena with adjustable seating, an elevated running track and a modern fitness center. The building houses a 340 seats theater with modern stage technology for arts and lectures. Available is a welcoming bookstore where students can find textbooks, school supplies and AUBG branded clothes.

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