Oxford's Architectureby Deanna Pietrzak on 02/22/21
Introducing one of the newest and most exciting additions to Dicken's Village...Oxford's Radcliffe Camera!
As part of the second oldest university in the English speaking world, the Radcliffe Camera is a focal point at Oxford University in Oxford, England. The name "camera" comes from the Latin, "room". The building was named for John Radcliffe who died in 1714 and bequeathed the funds to design and construct the building. The architect, James Gibb, also designed the famous "St. Martin-in-the-Field" church.
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