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Radcliffe Camera

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Radcliffe Square, Oxford, OX1 4AJ

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Radcliffe Camera - Oxford - Reviews of Radcliffe Camera - TripAdvisor
Completed in 1737, this domed classical building forms the hub of architectural Oxford, and is considered one of England's earliest examples of ...
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Radcliffe Camera, Oxford, United Kingdom : Reviews of Radcliffe Camera - Yahoo! Travel
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 buil...
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Latest reviews of Radcliffe Camera, Oxford, United Kingdom
have to make a trip and go to 5 cities with $4000 pretty boring project *yawn* anyways this has nothing to do with this ...
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Radcliffe Camera- Oxford, United Kingdom - VirtualTourist.com
When you look at this building, you wouldn't expect it to be just a university reading room. But this grand circular structure, first intended as a science library and founded by the royal physician to William III, Dr John Radcliffe, cost as much as 40,000 pounds to build in the years 1737-1749. The...
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The Bodleian and the Radcliffe Camera, Oxford - Oxford venue review - Itchy Oxford Guide
Known at Oxford uni as the 'Bod' and the 'Rad Cam', these beautiful buildings called The Bodleian and the Radcliffe Camera soon get taken for granted by students who spend hours of fun reading in them and walking past them every day. Tourists however love taking the guided tour and lots of photos. E...
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iExplore Community: The heart of Oxford%3A The Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera - Oxford, England
As you enter from the north, you will pass onto an orange flagstoned area between the Old Clarendon building and the Divinity School. The Old Clarendon building is very striking and is as baroque as they come. Nicholas Hawksmoor was the architect--he who studied under Sir Christopher Wren--and its o...
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