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Saville Centre, North Gym

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This panorama was taken in the North Gym in Saville Community and Sports Centre on the South Campus of the University of Alberta. This gym is used for basketball and can be divided into 5 seperate smaller gyms.

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A: Saville, South Gym

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This panorama was taken in South Gym of the new extension of the Saville Sports Community Centre. The...

Saville, South Gym

B: 65 Avenue & 118 Street

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This panorama was taken on the South Campus of the University of Alberta on 65 Avenue and 118 Street....

65 Avenue & 118 Street

C: Saville, Competition Gym

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The main competition gym in the Saville Centre is located on the South Campus of the University of Al...

Saville, Competition Gym

D: Saville, Tennis Courts

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This panorama was taken on the Tennis Courts inside Saville Sports Community Centre. This building is...

Saville, Tennis Courts

E: Saville Centre, Balmoral Lounge

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This panorama was taken in the Balmoral Lounge inside the Saville Sports and Community Centre on the ...

Saville Centre, Balmoral Lounge

F: Saville, Curling Rink

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This panorama was taken on the ice of the Curling Rink inside the Saville Sports Community Centre. Th...

Saville, Curling Rink

G: Saville, Fitness Centre

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This panorama was taken in the Fitness Centre inside Saville Sports and Community Centre. This buildi...

Saville, Fitness Centre

H: Foote Field #1

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This panorama was taken in the middle of Foote Field (#1) on the South Campus of the University of Al...

Foote Field #1

I: South Campus Transit Centre

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The panorama was taken on the South Campus of the University of Alberta showing the South Campus Tran...

South Campus Transit Centre

J: South Field

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

South Field



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