Cambridge Colleges

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The colleges are grouped together on the east bank of the River Cam. Each college has a bridge linking it with the other bank, known as The Backs, a broad expanse of lawn, planted with trees. The most illustrious include St John's, Trinity, and King's College, which has a magnificent chapel. Floating down the Cam on a punt is the best way to do justice to these colleges that epitomise Cambridge.

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Old Schools and Senate House
Old Schools and Senate House
These are the oldest of the university's
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Great St Mary's
Great St Mary's
The rebuilding of the university church
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Gonville and Caius College
Gonville and Caius College
Founded in 1348 and again in 1557 by
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King's College Chapel
King's College Chapel
Built between 1446 and 1515, this
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King's College
King's College
Founded in 1441 by King Henry VI, the
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Trinity Hall
Trinity Hall
Trinity Hall was founded in 1360. Behind
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Old Schools and Senate House
Old Schools and Senate House
These are the oldest of the university's
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Great St Mary's
Great St Mary's
The rebuilding of the university church
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Gonville and Caius College
Gonville and Caius College
Founded in 1348 and again in 1557 by
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Old Schools and Senate House
Old Schools and Senate House
These are the oldest of the university's
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Great St Mary's
Great St Mary's
The rebuilding of the university church
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Gonville and Caius College
Gonville and Caius College
Founded in 1348 and again in 1557 by
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