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AUBG ABF Student Center Coffee-house

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The AUBG cafeteria is situated right below the self-service restaurant in the ABF Student Center. Here the students can have a snack or a drink between classes or simply relax with friends. There is also a high-speed Wi-Fi Internet connection available.

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