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The Fountain at Shorter University, Rome, Georgia USA
Georgia, USA
Shorter University is a private, Southern Baptist, university in Rome, Georgia. With an enrollment of 3,500, Shorter offers undergraduate and graduate degrees through seven colleges and schools.
Copyright: James Womack
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