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I wish I could work like that. That view is relaxing and it inspirates me. That's my dream workplace

Modern Mountain Retreat

This modern retreat is as an ideal place take in some fresh mountain air and unwind in front of a roaring fire. Inside, the sleek modern dwelling soaks up its rustic landscape though towering windows, while vaulted ceilings brighten wood-paneled spaces wi

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The Best of Culture in London, England

On to England! Big Ben - is the nickname of the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminister in London, England. Iconic and what England is most known for, so the Big Ben is a must see.

This is seriously the greatest corner in Oxford. Artists always playing music at all hours of the day.

Pret a Manger, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, England. The Tudor building began life as a brothel !

BODLEIAN LIBRARY, Oxford, England Originally opened in 1602, the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Library certainly isn’t short on history. And after four centuries’ worth of expansions, the principal library and its satellite buildings now hold some 11 million printed items. One of those buildings, the Radcliffe Camera, is a neoclassical circular structure designed by James Gibbs in 1749 that has become an icon of Oxford’s campus.

The Most Spectacular Libraries Around the World

Oxford, EnglandOriginally opened in the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Library certainly isn’t short on history. And after four centuries’ worth of expansions, the principal library and its satellite buildings now hold some 11 million printed items.

Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK - Great photo of this historic building often featured in British films.  The series ‘Morse’ and ‘Inspector Lewis’ were two murder mysteries that used Oxford as their backdrop and you would see this building frequently.

The Radcliffe Camera (Camera, meaning "room" in Latin; colloquially, "Rad Cam" or "The Camera") is a building of Oxford University, England, designed by James Gibbs in neo-classical style and built in to house the Radcliffe Science Library

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