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The River Cam

The River Cam

The River Cam, which gives Cambridge its name, near Jesus Green


Round church

Round church

Church of the Holy Sepulchre, modeled after the one in Jerusalem.


Cambridge building

Cambridge building

A Tudor building in Cambridge


Cambridge street

Cambridge street

Downtown Cambridge, decorated for Christmas


Window at Kings

Window at Kings

Snowflakes adorn a window at Kings College, Cambridge


Cambridge college

Cambridge college

Another college at Cambridge, the identity of which I can't remember.


No dogs

No dogs

It is very difficult for a dog to get into Cambridge.


Kings College

Kings College

Kings College Chapel, built during the 1400s.


Punts

Punts

Punting on the River Cam in Cambridge.


Jesus Green

Jesus Green

Jesus Green in Cambridge


American cemetary

American cemetary

The cemetary of American servicemen killed in the U.K. during WWII.


Windmill

Windmill

Windmills are a common sight in East Anglia.


Stained cow

Stained cow

Stained glass detail at Ely Cathedral


Stained sheep

Stained sheep

Stained glass at Ely Cathedral


Thomas Paine statue

Thomas Paine statue

Thomas Paine was born in Thetford, where there's a statue of him hold a copy of The Rights of Man upside down.


Thomas Paine's hair

Thomas Paine's hair

A lock of Thomas Paine's hair, from the private collection the the Thetford Library.