King's College, Cambridge Tourist attraction in Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Map gps coordinates: 52.204167, 0.116667
Address: 4-7 King's Parade, Cambridge CB2 1SJ, UK

King's College, Cambridge, is one of the most flourished colleges in the UK. This spectacular college has a huge grassy ground with a statue at the center that looks astonishing.


Alan Turing completed his undergraduate degree in mathematics in 1934 from King's College, Cambridge after leaving Sherborne School. He secured first-class in his honors. He developed a thesis and proved the central limit theorem at the age of 22. As a result, the authority elected Turing as a fellow of King's College in 1935 based on the strength of that thesis.

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