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Oxford view from the cupola of the Sheldonian
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Well, just as the title says. The Sheldonia theatre has one of those small cupolas at the top which is about 3m in diameter. On that day it was HOT up there - sun the whole day and no windows open or air conditioning. That was also the reason why I could take a panorama pretty undisturbed because whoever got up there left after about 20 seconds.

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Uploaded: 16/09/2013
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