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... From there walked along the Backs. So named as it is at the back of the various famous colleges that form part of Cambridge University. Unfortunately, the colleges were closed though due to exams as they did not want to disturb the students study time. I ...
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... in Cambridge telling each other how "profoundly" smarter we felt now that we were in the taint little town of Education. Cambridge is stunningly beautiful and being mildly serious for a moment, you do get a feeling of the people being educated here ...
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St. John's St., Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom
Founded in 1511 from the estate of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of King Henry VII, this Cambridge college features a gatehouse whose exterior is beautifully carved and painted.
St Mary's Passage, King's Parade Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom
Overlooking the market place, this architectural marvel was built in 1478 with much of its construction and décor in the Tudor-style; Henry VII himself donated more than one hundred oak trees to build its roof.
Lode, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom
Scenic mansion features a unique collection of painted views of Windsor, spanning a 350-year period, and a 20th-century garden designed on the grounds of an Augustinian priory.
Trinity Lane, The Old Schools, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom
Founded in 1209, nearly a century after Oxford University was established, the university was formally incorporated in 1571 and was patterned after those of Oxford and Paris with a traditional course of study based on Latin grammar, rhetoric and logic, arithmetic, geometry, music and astronomy.