Trinity College, Cambridge

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Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. Trinity is the largest of the 31 Colleges that are part of the University of Cambridge with around 600 undergraduates, 300 postgraduates and over 180 Fellows. For further information about Trinity College please visit http://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/
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  • It is a beautiful old building, very well maintained and surrounded by beautiful gardens, with access to the Cam. The Library is captivating, it holds real treasures. Please note that the Library is only open to the public from 13:00 to 14:00, with last entry at 13:50.
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  • I couldn't get in because they were in retirement. But in front there's a little tree, which is the apple tree that ISAAC Newton sat under, and got an apple on his head.
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  • For just £3 you get to walk round the beautiful grounds of one of Cambridge's college. Some great architecture and wonderful greenery, bridges going over the river cam to watch the people punting. When in the early evening and the colours are just spectacular.
  • One of the more well-known colleges in Cambridge with a large college ground near the city centre. Look out for the famed Newton's apple tree outside the college too!
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