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Trinity College is said to be the largest university court in the world, was built between 1593 and 1615. The Master of Trinity is still appointed by the Crown, an unique distinction.

Market Hill, looking across to Great St Mary's with King's College Chapel beyond. The word 'hill' to describe a flat place seems peculiar to Cambridge.  

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Queens' College. The Mathematical Bridge is supposed to have been constructed originally on geometric principles, without nails. It has since been rebuilt, with nails. The Senate House  is the administrative centre of the University. By tradition the exam results are posted outside it.

Corpus Christi College. The Old Court of Corpus Christi was built in the 14th century. Marlowe and Fletcher, the Elizabethan playwrights studied here. 

Also of note is Peterhouse. The main court at Peterhouse, Cambridge's oldest college, was faced with stone in the mid-18th century. The chapel, in the centre, was built about 1630.

Cambridge’s many attractions may searched for within the map below.

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