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Radcliffe Camera

With its striking neoclassical dome looming over the neighboring Bodleian Library, the Radcliffe Camera (or Radcliffe Room in Latin) is one of Oxford’s most iconic sights and one of the most photographed of all the university buildings. Funded by Royal physician John Radcliffe and designed by architect James Gibbs, the "Rad Cam" was completed in 1749 and was originally used as the university’s principal science library.

Today the Radcliffe Camera is part of the Bodleian Library complex and houses two reading rooms and an underground library, where about 600,000 English and history books are available for browsing. The interior of building is closed to the public except with guided tours, but the dramatic circular façade still draws crowds of daily visitors with its three tiers of Headington and Burford stone elaborately decorated and encircled with Corinthian columns.

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Almoço de Natal em Cotswolds

Passe o dia de Natal na zona rural inglesa! Aproveite esta excursão especial de Natal saindo de Londres e veja as vilas pitorescas de Cotswolds, Oxford e ...  Mais informações

  • Local: Londres, Reino Unido
  • Duração: 10 horas 30 minutos
  • Idioma: Inglês
A partir de USD 159,48