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Enterprise Square Gallery, medium room
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This panorama shows part of the "Cool Stuff" exhibit by the University of Alberta Museums. The exhibit was held inside the gallery space at Enterprise Square. This building is in the heart of downtown Edmonton and is a campus of the University of Alberta. This gallery space is available for rent for similar functions.

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