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St Johns Second Court Cambridge - Stock Image

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St John’s College, Cambridge. One of the more famous Cambridge Colleges, whose alumni include 9 Nobel Prize winners, 6 Prime Ministers and 3 Archbishops. The Second Court, as seen here, was built between 1598 and 1602, has been described as the finest Tudor court in England. It was financed by the Countess of Shrewsbury, whose arms and statue stand above the court's gatehouse, The Shrewsbury Tower. This gatehouse was built as a mirror image of the College's main entrance The Great Gate..
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