Loyola Residence Tower
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The Loyola Residence Tower (also known as the Ignatius Loyola Residence) in Halifax, Canada is a residence of Saint Mary's University and was completed in 1971. It is located on the main campus and stands at 67 metres. It accommodates up to 434 students on 22 floors.
It is notable as the home of the Burke-Gaffney Observatory, part of the university's Department of Astronomy and Physics. The building also houses the St. Mary's University Art Gallery, which is situated on the ground floor.
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