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Oxford, United Kingdom

 
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added on the 24th of November, 2009
Know how to ride a push bike, as thats what everyone does!

 
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  • Sightseeing in Oxford with the bus
    Sightseeing buses may seem as a waste of time and money, but in the case of towns like Oxford I would say that they are the perfect choice. Oxford official tour bus tickets have an affordable price and if you purchase a ticket you get [...]
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  • Pitt Rivers Museum
    The Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford has a great display of culturaland archeological items. Everything is categorized by topic, so it is easier for the visitor to understand what he/she is seeing. There are collections of Religious items, [...]
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  • Eagle & Child pub in Oxford
    Go and see this very nice pub, the Eagle & Child in Oxford. If you like fantasy novels, you should visit it, because JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis used to come and drink here very often. They also have very good food. [...]
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This Oxford history guide continues with The Black Plague of the 14th century that heavily depopulated Oxford, leaving many properties without owners. The college professors, who retreated to their country houses during the plague, somehow benefited from it as they got the opportunity to enlarge their colleges’ properties in Oxford. Therefore, by the end of the Middle Ages the town was [...]
 
 
 

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