Sheldonian Theatre at Dusk

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Martyr’s Memorial detailing

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Sheldonian Theatre Peak

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Behind the Sheldonian Theatre

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Through the keyhole

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Spent the afternoon exploring the Sheldonian Theatre! One of the most beautiful, magical places on campus. Set out just after rainfall and glad I did! The colors reflecting off the rain (exemplified in the last photo), really made for some amazing sights.

The Sheldonian Theatre is, well, a theatre. While I was there there were people filtering into the building, then they closed the doors for a private operatic performance. They left all the windows open though, so the sound was streaming out into the surrounding courtyards. It was awesome :)

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