The Radcliffe Camera
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The Radcliffe Camera, Oxford

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£39.00

The Radcliffe Camera Oxford (sometimes called the “Rad Cam” by locals) is probably the city’s most iconic building. Designed by James Gibbs and built in 1737-1749, it forms part of the Bodleian Library. This watercolour print of the camera shows the University Church of St Mary the Virgin to it’s right and All Souls College to its left.

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The Radcliffe Camera Oxford (sometimes called the “Rad Cam” by locals) is probably the city’s most iconic building. Designed by James Gibbs and built in 1737-1749, it forms part of the Bodleian Library (the main research library of the University of Oxford and one of the oldest libraries in Europe).

Most of the camera’s collections of books are now housed in other libraries so today the Camera functions as the main reading room of the Bodleian Library.

This watercolour print of the camera shows the University Church of St Mary the Virgin to it’s right and All Souls College to its left.

1 review for The Radcliffe Camera, Oxford

  1. 5 out of 5

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    A classic Oxford scene with a quirky twist.

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