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Radcliffe Camera || HDR | by Brad Steels
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Radcliffe Camera || HDR

In the heart of Oxford, lies Radcliffe Camera, built in the 18th century and named after John Radcliffe who was an English physician and major benefactor of Oxford University. The building originally housed the Radcliffe Science Library, but now houses reading rooms that are part of the Bodleian Library as well as books that are part of the university's English, history and theology collections. (Ref. Wikipedia)


This photo of Radcliffe Camera was taken from the tower of the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin.

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Taken on November 18, 2008