The Radcliffe Square, Oxford - United Kingdom (Postcrossing Meeting in Oxford)

© Chris Donaghue (photo) / University of Oxford

Sent by "dollart" from the Postcrossing Meeting in Oxford, 04/05/2013

Clockwise from the bottom: The University of church of St Mary The Virgin, Brasenose College, The Sheldonian Theatre, The Bodleian Library, and All Souls.

"Radcliffe Square is a square in central Oxford, England. It is surrounded by historic Oxford University and college buildings. The square is cobbled, laid to grass surrounded by railings in the centre, and is pedestrianised except for access.

The square is named after John Radcliffe, a student of the university who became doctor to the King, made a large fortune, and left a significant legacy to the University and his college (University College), which is nearby in the High Street to the south." In: Wikipedia

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