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In 1869, the original University of Nebraska campus was laid out on four city blocks and comprised one building called University Hall.
Currently, the university has two campuses, totaling 2,815 acres (1,139 ha): City Campus, which is north of downtown Lincoln, and south of the old Nebraska State Fair grounds and East Campus which is approximately two miles east-northeast of City Campus.
Both campuses have an institute area and a residential area.
The institute area consists of the departments, headquarters, governing body, research institutes, laboratories, theaters, auditoriums, recreation centers, fraternity and sorority housing, power plants, facilities and managements.
The institute area occupies 613 acres (248 ha) combining the campuses.
The larger part is the residential district, which consists of student housing, residential apartments, and on campus living for faculties in apartments or individual cottages.
Water supply management in the residential district, supplies water throughout the campus.
Remote sensing located in East campus, rail management factory in city campus, and some other remote research centers on telecommunications and wireless technology are also in residential districts of the campus.
Parks and recreation places inside the UNL city campus and East campus is a part of the residential area of the university.
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