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Queens’ College

History of Queen's College Cambridge

General information on Queens’ College can be found on Wikipedia.


The sundial at the college is among the most remarkable in the world, not least because it was also used to operate as a moondial.

The college website has a detailed description of how to use it:

https://www.queens.cam.ac.uk/life-at-queens/about-the-college/college-facts/reading-the-dial-in-old-court


Work of Rattee and Kett:

The new chapel was designed by G F Bodley and work started in 1886. Work was carried out by Rattee and Kett.

Detailed notes on the chapel can be found here:

http://www.queens.cam.ac.uk/life-at-queens/chapel/architecture-and-fabric

The Dokett Building was constructed in 1911. It has 46 rooms over four floors.

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