Loyola Residence Tower

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view of the Loyola Residence Building from the Huskies Stadium

The Loyola Residence Tower (also known as the Ignatius Loyola Residence) in Halifax, Canada is a residence of Saint Mary's University completed in 1971. It is located on the main campus with a height of 67 metres accommodating 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.[1] The building also houses the St. Mary's University Art Gallery, which is situated on the ground floor.[2]

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Coordinates: 44°37′50.00″N 63°34′49.00″W / 44.6305556°N 63.5802778°W / 44.6305556; -63.5802778