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Grotto
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In 1942 this educational institution was a private catholic school for boys. At that time this grotto was built using rocks from the Mill Creek ravine by College Saint-Jean Brother Anthony Kowalczyk. This landmark is located between Pavillon Lacerte, Residence Saint-Jean, and the Community Garden on the University of Alberta Campus Saint-Jean in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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