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Lister, Volleyball and Basketball Courts

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The beach volleyball court, as well as a basketball/hockey rink are available for use to University of Alberta students living in the Lister Centre. This residence complex is located on the North Campus of the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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A: Lister Residences, Single Room

av University of Alberta, 110 meter bort

Lister Centre is the largest first-year residence at the University of Alberta. First and second year...

Lister Residences, Single Room

B: Lister Residences, Double Room

av University of Alberta, 130 meter bort

Lister Centre is the largest first-year residence at the University of Alberta. First and second year...

Lister Residences, Double Room

C: South Field

av University of Alberta, 130 meter bort

This is South Field, which is the artifical and natural turf field available for recreational use to ...

South Field

D: Aurora Room

av University of Alberta, 180 meter bort

Aurora Room

E: Prairie Room

av University of Alberta, 180 meter bort

Prairie Room

F: Glacier Room

av University of Alberta, 190 meter bort

Glacier Room

G: Lister, Foyer between Conference Rooms

av University of Alberta, 190 meter bort

Lister, Foyer between Conference Rooms

H: Lister Centre

av University of Alberta, 190 meter bort

Lister Centre

I: Maple Leaf Room

av University of Alberta, 200 meter bort

Maple Leaf Room

J: Schäffer Hall, Room

av University of Alberta, 200 meter bort

Schäffer Hall is the newest building part of Lister Centre. This residence usually houses second and ...

Schäffer Hall, Room

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