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THE LANYON BUILDING THE MAIN QUADRANGLE

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The centrepiece and the enduring symbol of Queen’s University is the original building, completed in 1849.

It is now known as the Lanyon Building after its architect, the renowned Sir Charles Lanyon. His design borrows from the Gothic and Tudor character of the great medieval universities, and in particular from Magdalen College, Oxford.

The Quadrangle is the great central space of the campus, and borrows from the Gothic and Tudor character of the great medieval universities.



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