The Queen's College :: Shared Description

The Queen's College is a constituent college of the University of Oxford, England. The college was founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglesfield (d'Eglesfield) in honour of Queen Philippa of Hainault (wife of King Edward III of England). The college is distinguished by its predominantly neoclassical architecture, which includes buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas Hawksmoor.
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SP5106 : Queen's College by DS Pugh
SP5105 : The Queens College Sports Ground by N Chadwick
SP5106 : The Queen's College by N Chadwick
SP5105 : The Queen's College Boathouse by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Oxford: the High Street, summer evening light by Christopher Hilton
SP5106 : The Queen's College by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Lane in Queen's College by DS Pugh
SP5106 : Queen's Lane by DS Pugh
SP5105 : Queens College Sports Ground by N Chadwick
SP5105 : The Queens College Boathouse by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Back quad by DS Pugh
SP5106 : Along Queen's Lane by DS Pugh
SP5106 : The Queen's College by N Chadwick
SP5106 : The Queen's College - Provost's Lodgings by N Chadwick
SP5106 : Queen's Lane by N Chadwick
SP5106 : The Queen's College by N Chadwick
SP5106 : High Street, Oxford, on a grey evening by Christopher Hilton
SP5106 : The Queen's College : Front quad and statue by DS Pugh
SP5105 : Queen's College Sports Ground by N Chadwick


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Created: Wed, 16 Apr 2014, Updated: Wed, 16 Apr 2014

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