KINGS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
Like it's brother in Aberdeen, King College in Cambridge is the oldest and largest College within the city,having been founded over 550 years ago, by Henry VI in 1441. The construction of the College was actually met with great dislike from the citizens of the city, as it required the demolition of an entire quarter of the original city, including its lively and prosperous market place. The people of the city actually felt so strongly on this subject that Henry VI himself was too scared to visit Cambridge and watch his College being built, for fear of assassination! Sadly, he never lived to see his creation completed.
Kings College, Cambridge was originally meant exclusively for boys of Eton College, who (believe it or not) were never actually required to sit any exams or tests whatsoever, as they were considered to be receiving the highest level of education possible, and so exams were deemed unnecessary! Many of these 'boys' went on to hold highly important positions within politics and Royalty.
The College's magnificent Chapel is without a doubt the most impressive of the establishments structures, and to this day attracts tourists and visitors from all over the globe, who wish to marvel at its magnificence and its incredibly high, vaulted ceiling (the highest vaulted ceiling of any building in the world, to this day). Considering it took almost an entire century to build, you would expect no less! The Chapel is also the home of a virtually priceless collection of original, medieval stained glass windows.
Kings College library is also equally as impressive, and is often open to the public, who may peruse its collection of incredibly rare manuscripts, some of which are around 500 years old or more!