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Trinity College, Cambridge from the air

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aerial photograph of Trinity College, Cambridge, England UK, part of the University of Cambridge. Established in 1546, Trinity College has the largest number of students of any of the Oxbridge Universities and its members have won more Nobel Prizes than any other college(33 ). Isaac Newton and Ernest Rutherford studied here as did six British prime ministers. On the right is the Wolfson Building , an unusual ziggurat built 1968 to 1972 to a design by Architects Co-Partnership

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