River Cam


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Noun1.River Cam - a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse RiverRiver Cam - a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River
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WHILE YOU'RE THERE The ancient city, with its museums, colleges and punting on the river Cam is well worth exploring, and within walking distance.
Cambridge city council seeks to appoint a professional artist to a year-long, part-time residency that centres around the river cam.
Slap bang in the middle of Cambridge old town, with the River Cam running alongside.
The River Cam runs round the west and north of the city, and hiring your own punt or hopping on board one of the many chauffeured ones is a must-do while here.
After a five-course meal with oysters, a hog roast and chocolate fountain some ballgoers decided the only way to cool off was to swim in the River Cam - as others cheered from bridges.
Down the dusty high-roads of the English countryside, a dim diffuse light shines through the droop-headed trees that float above the waters of the river Cam.
The animal's face can clearly be seen grazing near the river River Cam on an image taken slightly further away, but Google seems to have blurred it for a closeA[degrees]up view.
The picture of the cow with its face blurred minding its own business on the banks of the River Cam was snapped by Google's cameras last August.
However, you can walk north- to-south along the River Cam by way of the 'the backs' -- literally where all the colleges back onto the river -- and see the colleges in all their picturesque, if distant, glory.