Sunday, September 28, 2014

From: Making the Grade: America's Most Beautiful College Campuses

"Founded in 1764, Brown University moved to its current College Hill location in 1770. An architectural tour de force, the campus is loaded with buildings that represent seemingly every type of design styles: Georgian, Beaux-Arts, Venetian Gothic, Ruskinian Gothic (really all kinds of Gothic), and Greek Revival. Don’t miss Robinson Hall, by the way. Built out of red brick and sandstone, it’s crowned with a rotunda framed by scalloped balconies."

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