The current Mayor of London, 18 British Prime Ministers and innumerable aristocrats and captains of industry attended this extraordinary, antiquated boarding school, where the pupils still wear tail-coats, call each other by their surnames, and study Latin and ancient Greek. Visitors can enjoy some stunning buildings, many dating back as far as the 15th century, all set in attractive landscaped grounds, as well as a museum exploring the history of this oddest of educational institutions.
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