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Keble College (Oxford)

Keble College is one of the colleges that make up the world famous Oxford University.

It is situated in Parks Road.

The college was founded in 1868 and named after John Keble, founder of the Oxford Movement, who had died two years previously. It was for poor students entering the priesthood.

The architect was William Butterfield.

The chapel is by far the largest in Oxford. In a side chapel is Holman Hunt`s "The Light of the World".

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