- Brasenose is one of the oldest and most central of the Oxford colleges. It enjoys a unique position overlooking the beautiful architecture of Radcliffe Square, and its own buildings are of just as high a standard. The Tudor-style Old Quad, with its 18th-century sundial, is the most many visitors see as they glance in from the street. The more adventurous can visit the attractive chapel and library. The Dining Hall is usually open so you can also see the ancient "brazen nose" door-knocker from which the college gets its name.
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