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|The Beehive, Oxford||In St John’s College, Oxford, one of the buildings is hexagonal in shape. Was this hexagonal...||St John’s College, St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JP, UK.|
|The Bridge of Sighs, Oxford||Oxford is famous for its breath-taking architecture and history, and amongst the theatres and...||Oxford OX1 3BW, UK|
|The dome of St Paul's Cathedral, London||One of London's most loved landmarks, St Paul's Cathedral, has looked over the city for...||St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Church Yard, City of London, EC4M 8AD, UK|
|The Gateway Arch - A Trigonometric delight||The Gateway Arch in St Louis was built as a monument to commemorate the pioneering spirit of the...||Memorial Drive, St. Louis, Missouri, United States|
|The Glass House Mountains, Queensland Australia||The Glass House Mountains are located 70km north of Brisbane and consist of 12 mountains. These...||Glass House Mountains QLD 4518, Australia|
|The Golden Ratio in Manchester||Q. Ever wondered why things look so good? A. The Golden Ratio! Find out why nature, the...|
|The Indicator||My mum says that people in Shrewsbury don’t indicate at roundabouts.||Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK|
|The Mathematical Bridge||The Mathematical Bridge is the popular name of a wooden footbridge across the River Cam, between...||Queens' College, Silver St, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3, UK|
|The mathematics of tiling||The recently restored Leeds Tiled Hall cafe and the Central Library are stunning examples of...||The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AA, UK|
|The maths in Oxford||This is the route and notes to accompany our Maths in the City tour of Oxford.|