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Christ Church meadows, Oxford
England

Many of the Oxford colleges have their own gardens but Christ Church has its own Rugby and Cricket pitch and their meadows extend down to the river Thames - so they can practice for this all important boat race which takes place once a year.

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Uploaded: 21/05/2013
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