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Augustana Library, Lower Level
Canada

This panorama was taken on the lower level of the Augustana Campus Libary. The Library is located inside the Forum building in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. Augustana is a campus of the University of Alberta.

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University of Alberta
Augustana Library, Main Floor
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Outside the First Year Complex
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Student Forum
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First Year Complex, Double Room
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Augustana, ravine bridge
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Augustana, by Water Feature
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Ravine Residences, Example Double Room
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Athletics Lounge
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Science Extension, Biology Lab
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Science Extension, Lecture Theatre
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Spinalonga Fortress Island Crete Greece
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The Tree & The Sunset
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san francisco church. porto
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Schweppes neon in gran via. madrid
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Sunset at Loch Coruisk
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Piazza Duomo. Milan.
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typical barbershop
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Wild Flowers at New Moon
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Arroz Marisco
Lajas - A Cathedral Built inside a Gorge
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Calgary Centre, Classroom
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Guest Room
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Humanities, 3rd floor
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Between CCIS & Biological Sciences
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Main Quad, Pembina Hall
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CCIS, river valley view
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Celebration Plaza
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Maple Leaf Room
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HUB International, The Vault
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Climbing Wall
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