All Souls College, Oxford
All Souls College is one of the colleges of The University of Oxford. It sits next to the iconic Radcliffe Camera just off Oxford’s High Street. It’s a graduate-only college founded in 1438, known for its demanding entrance examination.
The view shown here, from inside the main quad, is of the two towers, known as The Hawksmoor Towers after Nicholas Hawksmoor. Hawksmoor, an English Architect, worked alongside Christopher Wren and john Vanbrugh.