My parents went here during their college days, and as a university that hosts famous nurses and doctors I would have loved to have studied here too. But you don't have to be a student to get into the grounds and enjoy its beauty. It has a very rich history considering that it was already standing in 1645 and is still well maintained. People, myself included, visit here mostly during Christmas seasons. The only downside to it is that it's a little difficult to find for some and usually gets flooded during rainy seasons. I won't take it against the property though because it still is very deserving of a 5 star.
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