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Balliol college chapel

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Most colleges in Oxford have their own library and also their own chapel. This is the interior of the Balliol chapel which was first build in 1328 but the chapel we see today was designed by William Butterfield and built in 1857. The stained glass windows windows were restored in 1912 but they date back to the 16 and 17th century.

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