Cambridge England is located on the eastern part of England and is another area, which holds around 31 university’s everywhere you go you’ll see one. There is the King’s College Chapel that stands out from all of them since it took over 100 years to build.
Then we have Trinity College is the largest college in Cambridge you enter the college through a Tudor gateway, which was built in 1546 and the Great Court is the largest in the world. Trinity College was founded by King Henry VI and finished by King Henry VIII, there is a statute of him carved at the entrance of the college gates.
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The next college is St. John’s College, which stradles both sides of the River Cam and is linked by the famous Bridge of Sighs. The best way to see the colleges is by the river on a gondola just like they do in Venice, only that their gondolas are not as elegant as Venices’.
Pembrook College is the second oldest college it is more than 600 years old.
There is Queen’s College there are 2 halves of the college known as the Mathematical Bridge made of wood in 1749.
A list of colleges in Cambridge England are as follows:
Clare Hall 1966
Corpus Christi 1352
Fitzwilliam 1869, 1966
Gonville and Caius 1348
Homerton 1768, 1976
Hughes Hall 1885, 1949
Lucy Cavendish 1965
Murray Edwards 1954
St Catharine’s 1473
St Edmund’s 1896
St John’s 1511
Sidney Sussex 1596
Trinity Hall 1350
If you plan on attending any of these colleges in Cambridge England look them up. www.visitcambridge.org; get a guide to the Cambridge colleges.
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