King’s College Chapel is the biggest chunk of stonework in Cambridge. It is probably the most recognisable single symbol of the city, a towering tall white shape that
The grounds of Trinity College stand on both banks of the Cam. And their finances fill banks of a different variety. Trinity is the largest college in Cambridge. It is the
Lode Mill is in the grounds of Anglesey Abbey and it is believed that there’s been a watermill on this site the 11th century, but the present structure only dates back to
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Ganchester Meadows are something of a Cambridge institution. The tea house has been there for around a hundred years, and is very popular. Find a deck chair and sit out in
The Campus is really beautiful. We just walked around for a while and admired the grounds.
The whole city is nice.
There is a church called the round church which you
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Christ’s College, where I studied from 1996 to 2000 is not one of the more famous colleges in Cambridge. It does not have the grand river frontages of Queens’, King’s,