It has been said, that St John's owns the whole of one side of St Giles. It is a striking row of buildings which can be best viewed from the Randolph Hotel window. St John's is the wealthiest college in Oxford. The College was founded in 1555 ostensibly for Roman Catholics to study as clerics. Thomas Hardy allegedly wrote most of Jude the Obscure here.
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