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Peckwater Quadrangle, Oxford aerial photograph

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aerial photograph of Peckwater Quadrangle, Christ Church College, Oxford University England UK. Peckwater Quadrangle is named after a medieval inn keeper who's Inn stood on the site. With the exception of the Library ( the larger building lower right in the photo ) the Neo-Palladian buildings were designed by Henry Aldrich and constructed 1706-11.The "New Library" was probably designed by Dr George Clarke and was built in stages from 171 to 1772.

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