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AUBG Skaptopara Three Residence Hall - 5th Floor
Bulgaria

This is how a typical Skapto III lobby looks like. Students can relax, watch TV or play games in the common spaces. Study-lounges are available where students can prepare their class work. There is also a high-speed Wi-Fi Internet connection available.

Copyright: American university in bulgaria
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Uploaded: 25/06/2013
Updated: 04/04/2014
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