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The R. Kirby Godsey Administration Building, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia 5
Georgia, USA
The R. Kirby Godsey Administration Building at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, founded in 1833 in Penfield by Georgia Baptists. The University today has more than 8,200 students and includes 11 schools and colleges, those being liberal arts, law, pharmacy, medicine, business, engineering, education, theology, music, nursing and continuing and professional studies.
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Uploaded: 23/12/2012
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