Christ Church Cathedral
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Historic Oxford; Edward Burne Jones windows - Evensong at 6pm -atmosphere and of course, Christchurch College, in which it sits.
Christchurch College and Cathedral is wonderfully historic. This is where Alice in Wonderland was written and you will discover how the setting inspired the story. Find the stained glass windows of a dodo - the author’s nickname. The dining hall inspired the Harry Potter setting at Hogwarts too!
Beautoful Cathedral connected to the colleage, Harry Potter was filmed here, lovely meadows backing on to the river.
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