The Old Well, seen here in this 2005 file photo, is the iconic symbol of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For years, the Old Well served as the sole water supply for Old East and Old West dormitories. Its current design, added in 1897, was derived from the Temple of Love in the Garden of Versailles
The Old Well, seen here in this 2005 file photo, is the iconic symbol of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For years, the Old Well served as the sole water supply for Old East and Old West dormitories. Its current design, added in 1897, was derived from the Temple of Love in the Garden of Versailles MCT
The Old Well, seen here in this 2005 file photo, is the iconic symbol of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For years, the Old Well served as the sole water supply for Old East and Old West dormitories. Its current design, added in 1897, was derived from the Temple of Love in the Garden of Versailles MCT

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