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The Old Schools and Great Saint Marys' Church

The Old Schools is the name given to the University of Cambridge's central administration. The University Offices provide support to the Departments, Faculties and Schools of the University.

Great Saint Marys Church. There has been a church on the site since at least 1200 and the present building dates from the late 15th century.  We provide Sunday and weekday worship, one of the best views in Cambridge from the top of the tower, and a peaceful and holy place steeped in history.

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