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Since their construction in 1929, the Romanesque Revival towers of Royce Hall have become an icon representing the University of California, Los Angeles. A stylized version of the building's facade serves as the trademarked logo symbolizing the campus. Designed by noted California architects Allison & Allison, the venue remains the largest of four original campus buildings that form the historic core of the university situated on a quadrangle. Originally intended to function mainly as a c

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