Joseph Jacques Ramée's original plan for Union College in Schenectady, New York, the first comprehensively planned campus in the United States.
Map of the main campus of Université Laval in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
The Kuopio Campus of the University of Eastern Finland in Kuopio, North Savonia, Finland.
The Googleplex, a corporate campus in California
Aerial panorama of Oxford city in 2016. The University of Oxford does not have a central campus, instead maintaining many buildings scattered around the city.

Traditionally the land on which a college or university and related institutional buildings are situated.

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Arizona State University

Public research university in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

Seal of the University
President Theodore Roosevelt addresses a crowd of students on the steps of the Old Main at Tempe Normal School (future Arizona State University), March 20, 1911.
Old Main on the Arizona Territorial Normal School (future Arizona State University) campus, circa 1890
ASU's Gammage Auditorium, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
Example of a new academic village, taken at Barrett, The Honors College on the Tempe Campus
ASU's Biodesign Institute on Tempe campus
Fletcher Library, West Campus
Picacho Hall (left) and Peralta Hall (right) at the Polytechnic campus
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, Downtown Phoenix Campus
The underground entrance to Hayden Library, Tempe campus
Solar panel array on the roof deck of ASU's parking structure on Apache Blvd. in Tempe, Arizona
Annual tradition of Whitewashing "A" Mountain, Arizona State University
Hayden Butte, also known as "A Mountain"
Ringing of the Victory Bell, Arizona State University circa 1956
Sun Devil Marching Band Battery, performing the pregame drum cadence in 2007
Old newspaper clipping describing the Lantern Walk tradition at ASU, May 30, 1929
Arizona State Football Team in September 2011
James Harden, ASU Basketball
Carl Hayden
Pat Tillman
Barbara Barrett
Elinor Ostrom
David Kilcullen
Donald Johanson
Old Main, the oldest building on campus
The ASU Bridge
The Gammage Auditorium was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
The Palm Walk is the main pathway through the campus.

ASU has nearly 150,000 students attending classes, with more than 38,000 students attending online, and 90,000 undergraduates and nearly 20,000 postgraduates across its five campuses and four regional learning centers throughout Arizona.


Public transport road vehicle designed to carry significantly more passengers than the average cars or vans.

A New Routemaster double-decker bus, operating for Arriva London on London Buses route 73
A Toronto Transit Commission bus system trolleybus in Toronto
Parisian omnibus, late 19th century
A Paris omnibus in 1828
Shillibeer's first London Omnibus (1829)
Amédée Bollée's L'Obéissante (1875)
World's first trolleybus, Berlin 1882
The first internal combustion omnibus of 1895 (Siegen to Netphen)
Early LGOC B-type
Daimler CC Bus 1912. One of five (English) Daimler Company buses exported to Australia
Interior of an articulated bus in Los Angeles
High-Floor bus with wheelchair lift extended
A double-decker bus used for public transit in Kerala, India
Tour bus being used in France
US school bus
An example of a private bus operating for BusWest in Perth
Police bus in Taipei, Taiwan.
Advertisement on a bus
Trailer bus
The Knight Bus, seen in the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban film, at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden.
Retired bus in Israel used as a tow truck
A retired bus is used for an ambulance bus in Toronto
A preserved AEC Regal VI operated formerly by the MTT in Perth

Private companies often contract out private shuttle bus services, for transport of their customers or patrons, such as hotels, amusement parks, university campuses, or private airport transfer services.


County in the East of England, bordering Lincolnshire to the north, Norfolk to the north-east, Suffolk to the east, Essex and Hertfordshire to the south, and Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire to the west.

Map showing the historical administrative boundaries in the modern ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire. Historical administrative counties showed in the background, short-lived combined counties of 1965-1974 in red outlines, and modern county council areas, unitary authorities, and districts in black outlines.
The banner of arms of Cambridgeshire County Council, used as de facto flag of the County of Cambridgeshire until 1 February 2015
Map of the Cambridgeshire area (1904).

Anglia Ruskin University – has campuses located in Cambridge and Peterborough and a base at Fulbourn

Université catholique de Louvain

Belgium's largest French-speaking university.

The Sedes Sapientiae, seal of UCLouvain.
Book celebrating the 25 anniversary of the founding of the Catholic University of Louvain, November 3, 1859.
The Halles universitaires in Louvain-la-Neuve
The Montesquieu square in Louvain-la-Neuve, where the Faculty of Law and Criminology is located.
The garden of medicinal plants on campus UCLouvain Bruxelles Woluwe.
A fanciful bike float at the 24h vélo de Louvain-la-Neuve

While the main campus of the University of Louvain is based in Louvain-la-Neuve, it also comprises a campus in Brussels, UCLouvain Brussels Woluwe, in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, which until recently was called "Louvain-en-Woluwe" hosting the university's sector of medical science and primary academic hospital (8000 students), a campus in Mons called UCLouvain FUCaM Mons (2300 students), a minor installation in Charleroi with 133 students (as of 2011) at UCLouvain Charleroi, an architectural school in Tournai, UCLouvain Tournai, with 540 students (as of 2011), and an architectural school in Brussels, UCLouvain Bruxelles Saint-Gilles, with 570 students (as of 2011).

Library of Alexandria

One of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world.

Nineteenth-century artistic rendering of the Library of Alexandria by the German artist O. Von Corven, based partially on the archaeological evidence available at that time
Bust excavated at the Villa of the Papyri depicting Ptolemy II Philadelphus, who is believed to have been the one to establish the Library as an actual institution, although plans for it may have been developed by his father Ptolemy I Soter
Map of ancient Alexandria. The Mouseion was located in the royal Broucheion quarter (listed on this map as "Bruchium") in the central part of the city near the Great Harbor ("Portus Magnus" on the map).
According to legend, the Syracusan inventor Archimedes invented the Archimedes' screw, a pump for transporting water, while studying at the Library of Alexandria.
Present-day ruins of the Serapeum of Alexandria, where the Library of Alexandria moved part of its collection after it ran out of storage space in the main building
The Roman general Julius Caesar was forced to set fire to his own ships during the Siege of Alexandria in 48 BC. Many ancient writers report that the fire spread and destroyed at least part of the Library of Alexandria's collections; however, the Library seems to have either at least partially survived or been quickly rebuilt.
This Latin inscription regarding Tiberius Claudius Balbilus of Rome (d. c. AD 79) mentions the "ALEXANDRINA BYBLIOTHECE" (line eight).
Drawing from the Alexandrian World Chronicle depicting Pope Theophilus of Alexandria, gospel in hand, standing triumphantly atop the Serapeum in 391 AD
Hypatia (1885) by Charles William Mitchell, believed to be a depiction of a scene in Charles Kingsley's 1853 novel Hypatia
Illustration by Yahyá al-Wasiti from 1237 depicting scholars at an Abbasid library in Baghdad
Interior of the modern Bibliotheca Alexandrina

The exact layout of the library is not known, but ancient sources describe the Library of Alexandria as comprising a collection of scrolls, Greek columns, a walk, a room for shared dining, a reading room, meeting rooms, gardens, and lecture halls, creating a model for the modern university campus.

List of colleges and universities in metropolitan Boston

List of colleges and universities in metropolitan Boston.

Map of the land owned or leased by colleges and universities in the Boston area

Although larger institutions may have several schools, some of which are located in cities other than that of the main campus (such as Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine), each institution is listed only once and location is determined by the site of each institution's main campus.


Entity whose members claim that they belong to an independent nation or sovereign state, but which lacks legal recognition by world governments or major international organizations.

The Principality of Sealand is a micronation located on a seafort off the coast of the United Kingdom.
"Welcome to the Conch Republic"—a sign at Key West International Airport.
Republic of Rose Island
Landing on Minerva
The putative border crossing from Italy into the Principality of Seborga
The 550 m2 Principality of Sealand
Citizens and Officials of the Commonwealth of Dracul at their annual Tsar Nicholas II parade in Houston, Texas.
Grand Duchy of Flandrensis and the Republic of St. Charlie on 15 July 2012 at the PoliNation Micronational Conference in London
10 Dinero; Paloma
20 Ice marks; Westarctica
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Kingdom of Ourania coin
A Principality of Seborga coin
35 Dollars; Republic of Minerva coin
20 Dollars; Hutt River Province (Note that this image is of a Desert Storm coin issue)
Lundy Island—1 Puffin coin
10 ICU gold "Wirtland Crane"
Sealandic coins, from left to right: Cupronickel Half Dollar, Silver One Dollar and Bronze Quarter Dollar

They are also distinct from imaginary countries and from other kinds of social groups (such as eco-villages, campuses, tribes, clans, sects, and residential community associations).

Menlo School

Private college preparatory school in Atherton, California, United States, across the street from Menlo Park.

Stent Hall
Stent Hall

Freshmen learn about the environment and spend half of MTerm on campus and half on day trips.


One of South Africa’s three capital cities, serving as the seat of the executive branch of government, and as the host to all foreign embassies to South Africa.

Statue of Andries Pretorius (27 November 1798 – 23 July 1853), Pretoria's eponym
The Union Buildings, seat of South Africa's government
The city is surrounded by the Magaliesberg range
Population density in and around Pretoria
Geographical distribution of home languages in Pretoria
The Central Business District
A street lined with jacarandas in Pretoria, with the Union Buildings atop Meintjieskop in the background
Street signs in Pretoria
The Blue Train
The Voortrekker Monument
The Transvaal Museum
Loftus Versfeld Stadium
Paul Kruger's Church Building in the City
Ooskerk building in Pretoria
Pretoria civic coat of arms (1907)
The Muckleneuk Campus of UNISA.
Old Arts Building (Ou Lettere Gebou) of the University of Pretoria.
Tshwane University of Technology.
A statue commemorating all South African Defence Force personnel who had lost their lives in service of the Republic of South Africa in Fort Klapperkop, Pretoria
The South African Army College in Pretoria
Statue of Paul Kruger on Church Square, Pretoria
The Eastern Wing of the Union Buildings
Old Council Chambers, or Ou Raadsaal
Fort Klapperkop
Neomodern architecture in Pretoria
The Palace of Justice
Freedom Park's amphitheatre
African Window
Paul Kruger's House
Melrose House

It was established by an act of parliament in 1945 and is situated on its own campus in the city.


City and municipality in the province of Pontevedra, within the autonomous community of Galicia, Spain.

Battle of Vigo Bay, 1702
19th century map of the city, by Francisco Coello de Portugal y Quesada.
The municipal flag waving in the wind, featuring the olive tree.
The Cíes Islands, part of the municipality of Vigo and the Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park, partially obstruct the access from the Ria de Vigo to the open seas.
View of the city centre
City Hall
Teatro García Barbón.
Samil Beach and Toralla island
Façade of Church of Santa María de Castrelos in the parish of Castrelos.
The Vigo domestic airport
Frontpage of a 1853 issue of the Faro de Vigo.
Celta de Vigo players during a fixture versus Espanyol
Regatta in the Ria de Vigo.

The university has additional campuses in Pontevedra and Ourense.