One of the many campuses of the University of London, Royal Holloway, in the Egham area of London, features a building that is nothing less than astounding in its appearance. Inspired by the Chateau de Chambord in the Loire Valley, France, the building houses classrooms, offices, and the Royal Holloway Picture Gallery. The building and its art work were a “gift to the nation” by philanthropist Thomas Holloway in 1881. Today, the college is much expanded. A campus of 135 acres spreads out to the west of the Founder’s Building and includes a comprehensive system of modern buildings and programs. Royal Holloway is a truly world class university, excelling in all program areas and gaining specific notoriety in areas as widely varied as music, psychology, physics, media arts, and geography. Visit the Royal Holloway Picture Gallery, a collection of millions of dollars worth of art work.
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