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Enterprise Square Atrium
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This panorama was taken in Enterprise Square, University of Alberta. This new UAlberta campus is in the former Bay Building, a historic, well-known landmark in the heart of downtown Edmonton. Enterprise Square houses the Faculty of Extension, Alberta Family Business Institute, and the School of Business' Executive Education and Lifelong Learning programs, along with a number of administrative units, retail space and TEC Edmonton, the university/city joint venture in research commercialization.

Copyright: University Of Alberta
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 30000x15000
Taken: 24/10/2011
送信日: 25/10/2011
更新日: 22/04/2014
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