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aerial photograph of the Bodleian Library Oxford England UK.The Bodleian Library was founded in 1602 and is one of the worlds oldest libraries. It is centered around five buildings, the Clarendon Building, built 1711 to 1715 foreground left, the Radcliffe Camera , on he right of the image, the Duke Humfrey's Library built in 15th-century, in the centre foreground of the image, the Schools Quadrangle built in the 17th Century in the centre of the image and the modern Weston Library which is partially shown in the bottom left corner. Also in the centre foreground is the Sheldonian Theatre was built 1664 to 1669 and designed by Christopher Wren
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