"The Oxford Botanic Garden — a cool, quiet wonderland. Oxford was once home to Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a mathematics lecturer at Christ Church, the largest college at @oxford_uni. Charles was a brilliant logician and a deacon in the Church of England, but you probably know him best by his pen name, Lewis Carroll. The fantastical world of "Alice in Wonderland" — written for Alice, the 10-year-old daughter of the college's dean — is rooted in Oxford. The public garden that comes closest to realizing Alice's dream of wandering "among those beds of bright flowers" is the Oxford Botanic Garden. Follow @nytimestravel to see more photos of Wonderland in Oxford by @andyhaslamphoto." By nytimes on Instagram.
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