18A Avenida Universidad Interamericana, San German, San GermÃ¡n 00683, Puerto Rico
18A Avenida Universidad Interamericana San German PR
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Ahmed Rivera said 4 years ago
The most beautiful campus in Puerto Rico. University atmosphere like no other. Awesome experience.
Señor Méndez said 5 years ago
The University as a place is a paradise. Come in close to sunset and hear the flocks of birds chirping and flying around.
Zaida De La Rosa said 4 years ago
The best place to study a professional career...
Hector R. Vazquez said 4 years ago
Miguel Galarza said 5 years ago
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