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UNM - Stanford And Lomas Blvd
New Mexico

This was taken at the intersection of Stanford Boulevard and Lomas Boulevard. This is in between north and south UNM campuses.  From here, you can see the UNM Hospital Emergency Room entrance, some sculptures on the southwest corner, the UNM police department and even the petroglyph volcanoes far in the distance to the west. 

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Uploaded: 21/08/2010
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