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AUBG Campus Entrance
Bulgaria

The American University in Bulgaria sign welcomes you to the beautiful Skaptopara campus of our university. Situated alongside the Bistritza river and across from the local market, the alley takes you to three residence halls, the Balkanski Academic Center with the Panitza Library, and the new ABF Student Center.

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Uploaded: 11/06/2013
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