Armchair Traveller's History of Cambridge
An Armchair Traveller's History of Cambridge is a narrative of the city and university, its food and fashion, music and gardens, books and clubs, as well as Cambridge's contributions to poetry, theater and sport, its royal associations and the new links it forged with the Arab world and China. Attractions include the world-renowned Fitzwilliam Museum and Botanic Gardens, the quirky Kettle's Yard, and museums devoted to archaeology, anthropology, zoology, earth sciences, polar research and the history of science. Research reveals that most visitors to Cambridge never venture more than four hundred yards from the central Market Square. An Armchair Traveller's History of Cambridge will help you do better than thatand want to.
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