Brasenose College Oxford, England 1509-18; 1656-63; 1882-1911
Founded in 1509 (and named for a brass knocker shaped like a lion's nose), Brasenose College occupies three attractive quads just off Radcliffe Square. Its 17th-century chapel has splendid painted fan vaults.
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- Brasenose CollegeB.N.C.King's Hall and College of Brasenose
- 51.753055° N, 1.254668° W
- Radcliffe SquareOX1 4AJ
- 01865 277 830
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Day 1: Portland to SpokanePosted September 24, 2014 by Holly Hayes Part of: Pacific to Mississippi Road Trip
This is the first post in a series on a roadtrip from Oregon to Minnesota - and possibly beyond! As usual, I'm avoiding freeways, visiting historic places, staying in historic hotels, and eating in historic restaurants. The first day I drove from Portland, OR to Spokane, WA, with many stops along the way.
- Official Website of Brasenose College. Web. Official website.
- Pevsner, Sir Nikolaus and Jennifer Sherwood. Buildings of England: Oxfordshire. Yale University Press. 1996. Print.
- Tyack, Geoffrey. Oxford: An Architectural Guide. Oxford University Press, USA. 1998. Print.
- Geoffrey Tyack, and Geoffrey Tyack. Blue Guide Oxford & Cambridge, 6th ed.. Blue Guide. 2004. Print.
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