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Lister Centre
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Copyright: University Of Alberta
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Caricate: 23/11/2012
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University of Alberta
Maple Leaf Room
University of Alberta
Lister, Foyer between Conference Rooms
University of Alberta
Aurora Room
University of Alberta
Prairie Room
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Glacier Room
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Guest Room
University of Alberta
Lister Residences, Single Room
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Schäffer Hall, Room
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Lister Residences, Double Room
University of Alberta
Climbing Wall
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Universiade Pavilion (Butterdome)
University of Alberta
Lister, Volleyball and Basketball Courts
Costas Vassis
Aliki
Adam Shomsky
Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC
Michael Pop
The bells of the fortress-tower in Slimnic
Adam Shomsky
Christ Church Altar, Dublin, Ireland
Costas Vassis
Naousa harbour at night
Vladimír Cebo
Lietava
yunzen liu
Bright Summit Peak in Huangshan
Lee Casalena
Plaza Hotel
kmnet
Guizhou Beipanjiang Bridge
Randy Kosek
Times Square At Dusk
Lee Casalena
Fremont Street
Lee Casalena
Snowy River
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Aurora Room
University of Alberta
Enterprise Square Gallery, far west room
University of Alberta
La Cite Francophone, Classroom
University of Alberta
65 Avenue & 118 Street
University of Alberta
Main Quad in Autumn
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Foote Field #1
University of Alberta
ECHA, LRT Entrance
University of Alberta
HUB International, The Vault
University of Alberta
SUB, Main Floor Hallway
University of Alberta
Education Centre, B-64
University of Alberta
HUB Residences, 2 Bedroom
University of Alberta
Rutherford Atrium
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