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    The University Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
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    (Original post by Giant Midget)
    Great thread! Stanford looks amazing!
    http://pangea.stanford.edu/research/...e/stanford.jpg
    I know I'm going to regret not picking it
    You're right about Stanford's campus - it truly is gorgeous. Biases aside, it probably is the most beautiful campus in the world.
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    Does any one have good pictures of colleges, like this one of Cambridge, Corpus Christi:


    True beauty!!!
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    You can find a lot of Oxford panoramas here.
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    Similarly: http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtour/
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    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/cambridge-gallery.htm

    :love:
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    woah i've never seen that oxford tour before its awesome!
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    (Original post by BJack)
    You can find a lot of Oxford panoramas here.
    That virtual tour was perfect.
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    (Original post by Slick-Jay)
    Does any one have good pictures of colleges, like this one of Cambridge, Corpus Christi:


    True beauty!!!
    Phwoar, get a load of that pair! I'd do that one for my degree!

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    Obligatory 'Christ Church in the Snow' photo

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    So overall which one has better classical architecture.
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    (Original post by Slick-Jay)
    So overall which one has better classical architecture.
    Downing College Cambridge all the way for neoclassicism... :woo:
    Although Clare College Cambridge has nice Renaissance architecture too.
    I believe Worcester College Oxford has bits of neoclassicism, and Lady Margaret Hall Oxford has some other type of 19th-century semi-neoclassical thing going on... But for true Grecian (with hints of Roman) neoclassicism, Downing is the way to go.
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    (Original post by michaelyus)
    Downing College Cambridge all the way for neoclassicism... :woo:
    Although Clare College Cambridge has nice Renaissance architecture too.
    I believe Worcester College Oxford has bits of neoclassicism, and Lady Margaret Hall Oxford has some other type of 19th-century semi-neoclassical thing going on... But for true Grecian (with hints of Roman) neoclassicism, Downing is the way to go.
    You chose some of my least favourites.

    Taste is so subjective.
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    You chose some of my least favourites.

    Taste is so subjective.
    :cool:

    Slick-Jay did ask for classical architecture, so I went down the neoclassical route.

    But I do love that style of architecture. :love:
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    (Original post by michaelyus)
    :cool:

    Slick-Jay did ask for classical architecture, so I went down the neoclassical route.

    But I do love that style of architecture. :love:
    It's true... thats what I asked for.
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    I'm going to go for Royal Holloway:

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    Cambridge - though I'll admit that I''m biased! :p:

    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/cambridge-gallery.htm
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    Oxford, Magdalen.

    A bit biased, but heyyyy :P
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    (Original post by Illusionary)
    Cambridge - though I'll admit that I''m biased! :p:

    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/cambridge-gallery.htm
    Those pictures are edited and stylised (in terms of photography) to the max!
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    You've been watching too much Trinity.
 
 
 
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