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AUBG Skaptopara Two Residence Hall
Bulgaria

Welcome to the Skaptopara 2 Residence Halls! We have common areas where you can either study or rest along with your friends. In case you need anything, you can always go to the reception desk and ask a Resident Assistant for help.

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