The Round Church. Dates from the 12th century, based from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. One of the few churchs in Britain with a round nave.

The Bridge of Sighs, built in 1831 as a copy of the more famous Bridge of Sighs in Venice.

This beautiful building is part of St. John's college. This building is connected to the rest of St. John's college's older buildings by the Bridge of Sighs.

John on Clare bridge waiting for Sonya. Sonya is making John put up this cheesy picture.

King's College Chapel. One of the most beautiful and famous landmarks of Cambridge. Begun in 1446, it took 70 years for the chapel to be completed.

A birds eye view of King's college including the chapel and the main courtyard of the college.

This is the college Gonville and Caius. King's College Chapel is visible on the left here. This college is one of the oldest in Cambridge - founded in 1348.