The 7 wonders of Oxford University City

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As the oldest University in the  English speaking world, Oxford is a unique and historic institution. Tradition plays a great role in Oxford. The architecture in the University & City testifies its great haritage. Oxford lives and breaths education. Oxford is a unique institution which has been educating World Leaders for over 8000 years.

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The University of Oxford is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England, United ….. In 2016, Oxford University announced that it is to run its first free online economics course as part of a “massive open online course” (Mooc) …

1)Ashmolean Museum

Travel millenia in minutes, discovering amazing art and archaelogy from around the globe. Egyptian mummies,  Anglo-Saxon treasures and modern masterpiece. If it’s old and amazing it’s there.

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Ashmolean Museum

Admission free. Discover half a million years of art and archaeology, from Egyptian mummies to modern art, at the University of Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum.

2) Bodleian Libraries

Two in one! First take a tour around the world’s most magical old library (Harry Potter agrees) then visit the shiny new Western Library over the road for an illuminating exibihition and a spot for tea.

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The combined collections of the Bodleian Libraries number more than 11 million printed items, in addition to 50000 e-journals and vast quantities of materials in …
3) Botanic Garden

Take a deep breath of fresh air and dive into the colourful cornucopia of Britain’s first ever botanic garden. There are five thousand new friends to make here, waiting by the river.

Welcome | Botanic Garden

The oldest botanic garden in Britain. Includes contact and visitor information.

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4) Harcourt arboretum

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Drift through delicate bluebell woods, wildflower meadows and redwood shadows. There’s nowhere better to lose (or find) yourself than in 130 acres of handsome trees, some of Britain’s oldest.

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Harcourt Arboretum | Botanic Garden

Welcome. Harcourt Arboretum has been part of the University of Oxford since 1963. The site comprises 130 acres containing the best collection of trees in …

5) Museum of National History

What to do a Diplomas, a Dodo and a Dingy Skipper (that’s  a type of butterfly by the way)  have in common? They’re all here, That’s what. And plenty more where they came from. It’s a jungle in  there.

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6) Museum of the History of Science

Clap your eyes on Einstein’s blackboard, survey some of the finest astrolabes on the globe and check your watch against Cardinal Wolsey’s sundial. it’s one giant invention.

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The Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, houses an unrivalled collection of early scientific instruments.

 

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7) Pitt Rivers Museum

Prepare to have your mind grown and blown in Oxford’s gateway to the history of human culture. Face Indonesian deities, ancient totems, samurai swords and other humbling surprises.

Pitt Rivers Museum

At the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography in Oxford houses archaeological and ethnographic objects from all parts of the world. History and …

 

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