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Glasgow University Chapel, Scotland

Glasgow University Chapel
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The Memorial Chapel at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, was consecrated on 4 October 1929, and is dedicated to the memory of the former students and staff of the University who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars. 

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Oxford City, Oxfordshire

Circular library-Bodleian Library
Cobbled streets
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Radcliffe Camera
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The many colleges dominate the centre of town and most are only open to the public in the afternoon for just a couple of hours. Some are free admission, some charge anything from £2 to £5.

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King's College, Cambridge

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A classic location for photographing that most iconic building in Cambridge, King's College Chapel. Within walking distance of the town centre, and plenty of local parking.

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The Cambridge Backs

Kings College Chapel from the Backs
Punting on the Cam
Queens College Mathematical bridge
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Great location for photography on the very famous Cambridge backs, take care if you enter the colleges as they do not permit tripod use and the Porters are very observant about this and will come and tell you off. Very anti pro photographers.

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St John's College Chapel, University of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK

St John's College, University of Cambridge, photo location
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Interior of the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge University, Cambridgeshire, UK. A tripod is handy for this interior shot, but there are gates that you can rest a camera on to get a long exposure.

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