The Congress will be held in the incomparable surrounding of Queens' College, Cambridge, one of the ancient colleges that collectively make up Cambridge University. The college was founded in
1448. Many of the buildings are used today much as they were in the Middle ages and there can be few better places to discuss construction history, surrounded by surviving examples.
The Old court is
one of the oldest brick structures in Cambridge dating back to the
fifteenth century. The Long Gallery of the President's Lodge
an exceptionally well preserved half-timbered structure. Lastly the Mathematical Bridge
is an outstanding example of eighteenth century timber bridge construction.
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