1. A city in Massachusetts just north of Boston; site of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
2. A city in eastern England on the River Cam; site of Cambridge University.
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(US) City in Massachusetts, US; Industries include paper and publishing. Harvard University 1636 (the oldest educational institution in the US, named for John Harvard 1607–1638, who bequeathed his library to it along with half his estate), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1861), and the John F Kennedy School of Government (part of Harvard) are here, as well as a park named for him.(UK) City in England, on the river Cam (a river sometimes called by its earlier name, Granta), 80 km/50 mi N of London; It is the administrative headquarters of Cambridgeshire. The city is centered on Cambridge University (founded 12th century), some of whose outstanding buildings, including Kings College Chapel, back onto the river. Present-day industries include the manufacture of scientific instruments, radios, electronics, paper, flour milling, fertilizers, printing, and publishing.
As early as 100 BC, a Roman settlement grew up on a slight rise in the low-lying plain, commanding a ford over the river.
Apart from those of Cambridge University, fine buildings include St Benet's church, with a Saxon tower (about AD 1000), the oldest building in Cambridge; the Holy Sepulchre or Round Church (about 1130, restored 1841); and the Guildhall (1939). The Fitzwilliam Museum (1816) houses a fine art collection.
University colleges include Peterhouse, founded 1284, the oldest college; King's College 1441; Queen's College 1448; Jesus College 1496; St John's College 1511; and Trinity College 1546, the largest college. Emmanuel College chapel was built by Sir Christopher Wren 1666. Among the treasures of the university library (built 1931–34) is the first book ever printed in English.
Čuveni univerzitetski grad u Engleskoj, dobio naziv po reci Kem.