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  • 1. Punting

    While we were punting down the River Cam we came across the Mathematical Bridge...our guide told us that many years ago the maths students couldn't work out how the bridge was built without any bolts...

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  • 2. St John's College

    First we saw the St John College while we were punting , later we entered into the college and visited the beautiful Front Gate , First Court , The Chapel ,Chapel Court,Second Court , Third Court ,New...

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  • 3. Walking Around

    We enjoyed the Boat Ride most.It was a fantastic experience , may be it could be much more enjoyable if we colud hire a self help Boat , however none of us was capable to do this , so hired a boat...

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  • 4. Trinity College

    Trinity College Trinity College is one of the largest and most attractive colleges. It was established in 1546 by Henry VIII on the site of several earlier foundations. The Great Court, Cambridge's...

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  • 5. King's College

    There are lots of beautiful college buildings in Cambridge but the King's College would have to be one of the most impressive... The Cathedral is absolutely huge and the other buildings around the...

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  • 6. Round Church

    The Round Church is right in the middle of town (or close enough) and is worth checking out quickly. It's a very old church (aparently the oldest round church in England?) and it's really nice inside....

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  • 7. Tourist Information

    Tourist Information To help tourist, City Council Cambridge has put these guided boards. These are small maps of city; it also shows the places of interest. These boards could be found every quarter...

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  • 9. Left luggage

    Update May 2014:The store closed in April 2014.That's too bad. I don't know if there is any other way to leave some luggage for a few hours. There are no left...

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  • 10. History of Cambridge

    The Romans built the first town although there is evidence of an original settlement north of the river, on Castle Hill that predates this. The Anglo-Saxons...

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  • 11. Visiting the pubs

    Cambridge has a little less than 100 pubs and the number keeps reducing. Nevertheless, there are excellent pubs among the remaining ones. There is a pub for...

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  • 12. Washing your clothes - Monarch Coin Laundrette

    Washing your clothes can be quite inconvenient, depending where excatly you are based in Cambridge. There are enough dry cleaners, but these are not the best...

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  • 13. What a bloody cheek !

    If you mention the word 'Cambridge' virtually anywhere in the world people associate it with the world-class University of Cambridge. It is a byword for...

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  • 14. Visiting the Colleges

    If you go to Cambridge, you are sure coming to see one of the world-famous college forming the University of Cambridge. First, you have to know that there are...

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  • 15. Magdalene College

    This college is one of the smaller colleges in Cambridge made famous by being the last college to admit women. It was only in 1988 when the first woman gained...

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  • 16. Photos of Cambridge

    I have a photo album which i am building of general shots of Cambridge; the famous and the ordinary, throughout the year.Please hit the "Cambridge" tab on my...

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  • 17. Christ's College

    Christ's College was the first college we came across while walking around in Cambridge...it's a smaller college than most but the grounds and buildings are...

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  • 18. Training for the boat race Perhaps??

    The sunday we were in Cambridge they unfortunately lost the boat race to rivals Oxford. The first ever boat race was on 12 March 1829. It was the idea of two...

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  • 19. Lunch at the Anchor

    This is a lovely pub right on the River Cam where the punts are moored.I had the aubergine and pasta bake with chips and peas and Petra had the tuna salad and...

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  • 20. Education

    There are 31 colleges in Cambridge, comprising the legendary University. Few of them are opened to public, but here are some of your study options:))) :- Corpus...

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  • 21. The Cam Bridge

    We had heard of Cambridge for literally decades, but had no idea where the name came from until we visited. Those who live nearby or are more familiar with the...

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  • 22. American Military Cemetary at Madingley

    Just outside Cambridge sits the American Military Cemetary at Madingley. First established on 7 December 1943, the 30.5 acres that make up the cemetary were...

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  • 23. Selwyn College 2

    Selwyn College is one of the thirty-one colleges that make up Cambridge University. It is also the college where I lived and took classes during the Summer of...

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  • 24. Selwyn College

    Selwyn actually has one dormitory in a building separate from the main facility. The picture here is not that separate facility because I didn't even bother to...

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  • 25. A Cambridge Landmark

    You're bound to notice the Catholic Church at the end of Hills Road if you spend much time in Cambridge. It's more properly known as "Our Lady and the English...

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