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Main Quad in Winter
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This panorama was taken after a snowy day in Main Quad on the University of Alberta North Campus. A number of important landmarks are visible in this panorama: the Administration Building, Alumni Walk, the Students' Union Building, Pembina Hall, and in the distance the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science (CCIS).

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