Travel Photography Photos tagged as university
Mozart's birthplace, University Square, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
Mirabellplatz, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
The Main Student Union building for the University of Edinburgh, Teviot.
The Graduation hall at Edinburgh University, used for when they need a ton of space for big events
The Old Medical School ad Edinburgh where I have some of my classes.
The most important exterior aspect of the university is the facade seen above. It faces the "Patio de Escuelas," which has a statue of fray Luis de Leon. The facade has three levels. (1) The bottom has a large medallion with the Catholic King and Queen, Ferdinand and Isabella. With their images is a Greek inscription that reads "The Kings to the University, and This One to Them. They are considered the protectors of the university. (2) In the center, are the imperial shield of Charles V, and in its superior the figure of the Pope with two cardinals. The most noted attribute of the middle level is the frog on the right-hand column. (3) The third level has a figure of Benedicto XIII in the center. The construction of the University of Salamanca began in 1411 by order of Pope Benedicto XIII, The Moon Pope. It is the oldest university of Spain, and one of the most representative examples of the Spanish plateresque style. It was completed in 1218 under the direction of Alfonso IX, but it was not made an actual university until Alfonso X, The Wise One, assigned faculty to it in 1254.
Hualien university building, does not justify it's size
Gordon Sondland, Portland businessman and philanthropist, is a founding member of Aspen Capital, founder of the Gordon Sondland & Katherine J. Durant Foundation, and serves on Oregon Health & Science University Foundation's board of trustees. 310 NE Failing ST Portland, OR 97211 503-295-2122 http://www.sondlanddurant.org/
Ralphie, the best college mascot in the world, charges out of the chute at the beginning of every University of Colorado home football game, leading the team onto the field. A sight to behold!