College Science Building
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Check out the Harvard Yard and Harvard Square at the most famous university in the world. Harvard Square has plenty of places for food + drink. Like MIT, great scenery along the Charles River.
Popular Sightseeing spot for many students. Allow one to see the most prestigious university in the world and gives inspiration to students worldwide.
Any trip to Cambridge isn't complete without a proper stroll through storied Harvard Square - it's too historic, too beautiful, too simply fun to resist. You can walk through the Yard and absorb every inch of ivy-leagued glory on your own, but a proper tour can be ever-more-rich icing on the cake…
Nearby and filled with intellectual, historical and scientific gems. Beautiful architecture, wonderful shops and cafes.
A world renowned university! Come see how some of the smarted students in the world live and learn. Maybe some of it will rub off on you and help you with your studies.
Massachussets is one of the most famous, ancient and recognized educational institutions in the world, Harvard University. The University is located in Cambridge, a city that is glued to Boston, almost like another neighborhood in the state capital. The Harvard University tour is very tasty and…
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