Rosa Carter
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Punting on the Cam in the summertime. Traditional Thames pleasure punts (1860) were not introduced to Cambridge until 1902, but rapidly became the most popular craft on the river, today there are more punts on the Cam than any other river in England. This is partly because the river is shallow & gravelly (at least along The Backs) which makes it ideal for punting, but mainly because the Cam goes through the heart of Cambridge & passes close to many of the attractive & ancient collegeā€¦

Punting on the Cam in the summertime. Traditional Thames pleasure punts were not introduced to Cambridge until but rapidly became the most popular craft on the river, today there are more punts on the Cam than any other river in England.

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY - was founded in the 13th century by the group of tutors who had to leave Oxford, as - as rumored - their student kill somebody.

St John's College Gates, University of Cambridge, England. The small 'door' (shown open) is called a wicket gate and can be opened separately from the larger wooden gates when necessary.

Christ's College Great Gate with statue of founder Lady Margaret Beaufort, Cambridge University, Cambridgeshire, England, UK

Christ's College Great Gate with statue of founder Lady Margaret Beaufort, Cambridge University, Cambridgeshire, England, UK (so pretty it's an exception to my OXFORD-only rule!

The Angel Bookshop | Cambridge

The Angel Bookshop, Cambridge, England. The Angel Bookshop is a unique independent in the heart of Cambridge's historic Arts quarter.