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University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England

Cambridge University was founded in 1209 and is one of the world's most esteemed universities. The school is noted for its botanical gardens and architectural marvels around every corner as well as its academic excellence.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Masshucette

No other campus has the architectural variety of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Eero Saarinen's neo-futuristic theater, Frank Gehry's modernist complex, and William Welles Bosworth's neoclassical buildings are among them.

National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico

Famous Mexican architects and painters are represented at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. The biggest university in Latin America's central library, constructed by Juan O'Gorman, is covered in murals illustrating its history.

Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

A 425-acre arboretum with magnolia trees, hiking trails, and an outdoor theater sets Swarthmore College apart from its eclectic mix of modern and Collegiate Gothic architecture. 

University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa

The University of Cape Town's ivy-covered buildings and Devil's Peak mountains make for stunning views. At the university's center, Sarah Baartman Hall offers a glimpse of its offerings.

Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida

Flagler College, located in the oldest city in the US, is a beautiful specimen of St. Augustine architecture. Former Ponce de León Hotel, established 1888 as a luxury resort by Henry Flagler, houses the liberal arts institution.

Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea

Kyung Hee University's ancient architecture adds to Seoul's ever-changing character across its three campuses. The Corinthian-style admissions hall with a fountain and cherry blossom trees welcomes new students.

Berry College in Mount Berry, Georgia

It feels like a fairy tale to walk around this small liberal arts college in rural Mount Berry, Georgia. More than 27,000 acres of forests, meadows, and lakes surround Berry College, providing natural beauty. 

University of Coimbra in Coimbra, Portugal

The "General Study" was founded in Lisbon in 1290 by King D. Dinis as a university for arts, law, common law, and medicine. It arrived in Coimbra in 1308, but it didn't relocate into its Mondego River mansion until 1537. 

Stanford University in Stanford, California

Stanford University's lush grass, California Mission-style architecture, and tree-lined walkways define the American campus. Many influential designers and architects shaped the campus, notably Frederick Law Olmsted.

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