King's College, Cambridge

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The Chapel
King's College, Cambridge, founded in in 1441, is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Cambridge.

It was founded by King Henry VI, who had founded Eton College the year before. Building was interrupted by the Wars of the Roses. The chapel, completed in 1551 under Henry VIII, has the world's largest fan vault. Until 1865, only boys who had been to Eton were admitted.