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Princeton University is a vibrant community of learning that endeavors to fulfill its informal motto, "in the nation's service and in the service of all nations." Founded in 1746, Princeton now has a population of approximately 5,200 undergraduates and more than 2,500...
Simple amazing place to spend the afternoon.
Definitely a must see campus. It really does feel like you're stepping foot into Hogwarts.
To me it seems like Hogwarts from Harry Potter. Wonderful place!
Pretty campus. Very pleasant to walk around.
Truly lovely walking campus. Get past the oldest parts on Nassau St for the hidden surprises.
Beautiful campus worth walking even if you don't go to school there
Such a beautiful campus!
Download Princeton Mobile...so you won't look like an idiot walking around with the campus map in your hands and a confused look on your face.
If you like NPR tune your radio to 90.9 FM to hear WHYY. That's where Fresh Air with Terry Gross is produced.
Did someone say... ...Triumph?
One of the oldest universities in the US. Woodrow Wilson was president of Princeton before he became President of the United States.
Most pretentious people I've ever met. Sorry.
One of the best universities in the country!
Chartered in 1746 as the College of New Jersey, Princeton University was British North America's fourth college.
So much history and beauty
Make sure your camera battery is fully charged so you can take pictures of one of the most beautiful universities in the world!
Go to the footbal arena by night, its open. Ideal for romantic dates!:)
Go see the allosaurus in guyot!
After graduating from Princeton in 1917, William A. Eddy led a full life, serving as a U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia, a college president, and a Marine Corps officer with WWI and WWII experience.
The best university in the world!
There is never a shortage of great things to do on campus. Anytime is a great time to visit.
love it here.<3
The #1 university in the world. So beautiful, too--always worth a visit.
Tiger basketball starts this weekend!
Git yerself edumacated
They have a great collection at the Art Museum, go visit it!
Chapel a must
Start off at Winberries, go to Triumph and end with some Karaoke at the ivy...
The first large American university library to be constructed after World War II, the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library opened its doors in 1948 and now holds over fifty miles of shelves.
Stop by the Princeton University book store on Nassau Street and grab some Tiger gear.
Prospect Gardens, which lie behind Prospect House, were designed by Ellen Wilson, who lived there with her husband, Woodrow Wilson 1879, while he served as University president.
The Stamp Act Sycamores, the oldest trees on campus, were planted (according to legend) in commemoration of the Stamp Act’s repeal in March 1766.
The McCarter Theatre Center offers drama, music, dance, film, and other events ranging from acrobatics to mime. It also hosts the annual show presented by student members of the Triangle Club.
Lake Carnegie, which is owned by the University and serves as its intercollegiate rowing facility, is a popular community recreation area, providing a site for rowing, fishing, and canoeing.
FitzRandolph Observatory sponsors open houses, with evening viewing through the 36-inch reflecting telescope. The Princeton Weekly Bulletin lists the dates, which vary from year to year.
The Continental Congress met in Nassau Hall, which served as the capitol of the United States for approximately five months in 1783.
Una universidad realmente increíble!
las mejores universidades wow sin duda