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Lomas Hospital
New Mexico

To the west of the intersection of Lomas Boulevard and Stanford Drive, there are some outdoor sculptures. The Hospital is across the street. The Petroglyph Volcanoes can be seen to the west. 

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Uploaded: 09/09/2010
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Tags: unm; buildings; university; albuquerque; "new mexico"; hospital; sculptures
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