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Newton's apple tree, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK. Apple tree sitting in the garden outside Sir Isaac Newton's apartment at Trinity College, Cambridge, England. Grown from a graft of "the apple tree" reputed to have inspired Newton's theory of gravitation.

Newton's Apple Tree, at Trinity College of University of Cambridge - Cambridgeshire, England

Trinity College, Oxford | por Baz Richardson (trying to catch up)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The original two-storey building of the Garden Quadrangle was designed by Christopher Wren in The west side was added in and the south side in The top storey was added all round in

The rear entrance to New College is in New College Lane, Oxford. The lane is largely surrounded by high stone walls with few windows. Despite its name, New College is one of the oldest of the Oxford colleges, having originally been founded in 1379. The second college in Oxford to be dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, it was founded by William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester as "The College of St Mary of Winchester in Oxford". New College was originally established for the educat...

The rear entrance to New College is in New College Lane, Oxford. The lane is largely surrounded by high stone walls with few windows. Despite its name, New College is one of the oldest of the Oxford colleges, having originally been founded in 1379. The second college in Oxford to be dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, it was founded by William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester as "The College of St Mary of Winchester in Oxford". New College was originally established for the educat...

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Trinity College, Oxford

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Exeter College Chapel, Oxford University

The chapel of Exeter College. The college was founded in 1314 by Walter de Stapeldon, the Bishop of Exeter. The chapel, designed by George Gilbert Scott, was built between 1854 and and its design was inspired by Sainte Chapelle, Paris.

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These buildings by the Victorian architect Sir Thomas Graham Jackson date from the and overlook beautiful gardens in the Front Quadrangle.

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