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St Edmund Hall
St Edmund Hall, located at the eastern end of the High Street, is also well worth a visit.
Dating from 1190, it was originally an academic establishment, founded by St Edmund of Abingdon. This makes it the oldest academic building in the whole of the city, quite a claim in a town such as Oxford!
Most famously this is where the 19th century Mohawk chief Oronhyatekha studied in 1860s.
Inside the hall there are some excellent pieces of art, including works by pre-Raphaelite artists Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris.
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