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Ravine Residences, Empty Double Room
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This is an empty Ravine Residence room on the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. These rooms are available to senior students of this campus in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. To see what a room can look like after students have moved in please see this panorama: www.360cities.net/image/ravine-residences-habited-double-room

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