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Rutherford & University Transit Station
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This panorama was taken in the North Campus of the University of Alberta. Rutherford South, Dentistry/Pharmacy, Education mural, University Transit Centre, and Old Saint Stephen's College are all visable from this location. Many people use this grassy area in the summer to study, eat lunch, catch-up with friends, or play hacky-sack. 

Copyright: University Of Alberta
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Geüpload: 22/09/2011
Geüpdatet: 22/04/2014
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Tags: lrt; edmonton; alberta; university; dentistry; pharmacy; mural; education; rutherford; library; transit centre; st stephen's; green space
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