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AUBG Skaptopara Three Residence Hall - Main Lobby

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Welcome to the Skaptopara 3 Residence Hall! The main lobbies are a nice place for students to meet and exchange ideas. A safe modern campus, AUBG has 24 hour security in all three residence halls.

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A: AUBG Skaptopara Three Residence Hall - 5th Floor

by American University in Bulgaria, 10 meters away

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AUBG Skaptopara Three Residence Hall - 5th Floor

B: AUBG Skaptopara Three - Chess

by American University in Bulgaria, 20 meters away

The beautiful view of the back side of Skaptopara 3 Residence Hall. A secure parking area is availabl...

AUBG Skaptopara Three - Chess

C: AUBG Skaptopara One Residence Hall - yard

by American University in Bulgaria, 70 meters away

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D: AUBG Campus Entrance

by American University in Bulgaria, 80 meters away

The American University in Bulgaria sign welcomes you to the beautiful Skaptopara campus of our unive...

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E: AUBG Skaptopara One Residence Hall

by American University in Bulgaria, 80 meters away

Welcome to the Skaptopara 1 Residence Hall! This panorama includes the Residet assistants' desk with ...

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F: AUBG Alley - central

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G: AUBG Skaptopara Two Residence Hall

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Welcome to the Skaptopara 2 Residence Halls! We have common areas where you can either study or rest ...

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H: AUBG Skaptopara Two Residence Hall - yard

by American University in Bulgaria, 150 meters away

Here is a favorite place of all students. The backyards of Skaptopara 1 and 2 are a perfect place to ...

AUBG Skaptopara Two Residence Hall - yard

I: AUBG Campus Alley

by American University in Bulgaria, 160 meters away

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J: AUBG Gazebo and Balkanski Academic Center

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