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AUBG Skaptopara Two Residence Hall - yard
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Here is a favorite place of all students. The backyards of Skaptopara 1 and 2 are a perfect place to spend time with friends (you can enjoy our BBQ equipment, a fountain, a swing, etc.). These beautiful yards are also a great place for student organized events and concerts.

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