The iconic Radcliffe Camera (camera, meaning 'room' in Latin), Oxford University, Oxford, England - It was designed by James Gibbs in 1737–1749 to house the Radcliffe Science Library. It is located south of the Bodleian and Trinity College, north of St. Mary's Church from where I took this photograph, between Brasenose College (left), and All Souls College (right). The construction of the library was funded by John Radcliffe, a doctor, who left £40,000 in his will (a huge amount of money at that time). Interestingly Oxford was not bombed during WW2, It is thought because Hitler was intending to use Oxford as his capital if he conquered England.
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