Turn the corner into Radcliffe Square and you'll see why the Camera is one of the most admired buildings in Oxford. This ... More
Turn the corner into Radcliffe Square and you'll see why the Camera is one of the most admired buildings in Oxford. This was the first round library to be built in Britain by John Radcliffe, who studied at Oxford and left much of his wealth and all of his medical books to the university. Building work started in 1737, and in 1860 it became part of the Bodleian Library . It is now used as reading rooms and is not open to the public, but the exterior view is more than enough to make this building worth visiting.
Cool place lol im bored tell me a story lol im doing computer homework have to make a trip and go to 5 cities with $4000 pretty boring project *yawn* anyways this has nothing to do with this attraction ;)
Opened in 1929 as a memorial to Cecil Rhodes, this building is now used as offices for the Rhodes Trust.
On the copper domed roof is the Zimbabwe bird, the national symbol of Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia. Eighty five Rhodes ...
Essentially English in style, the interiors are embellished with 18th century antiques. The Durrants Hotel provides comfortable accommodation in London's
West End. Bedrooms are done tastefully with classic English fabric and handmade Savoir beds that have a quiet and ...
Take a step away from the hustle and bustle of the city and savour the wonderful collections inside Britain's oldest
public museum. John Tradescant's collection of archaeological rarities (both man made and natural) originally opened to the public in ...
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