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    Reading is a great place to do your shopping. There are two big malls very close to each other. One of them is The Oracle, which is a huge mall with loads of shops in it.There is House of Frasier, Debenhams, Disney, New, Next, TOp Shop, [...]
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It is a botanical garden situated in the University of Reading. Established in 1972, covers more than 12 acres of space. The garden is used for research by the university researchers and scientists. The garden is open to public on occasionally. A palaeobotanist Professor Tom Harris named this garden.Museum of English Rural Life This museum was founded in 1951 by the University of Reading. There is a full range of collectibles and antiques including films, archives, photographs, books and different types of objects. The new campus of the museum is located in the center of the city. It was previously named as St. Andrews Hall and East Thorpe [...]
 
 
 

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