Aerial photographs of the University of Groningen
The University of Groningen is located in various buildings
The main building of the University in the city centre:
1. Academiegebouw (1909)
2. University Library (1987)
3. University Board
4. Harmonie building (Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Law)
5. Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
6. Faculty of Philosophy.
To the far left is the University Library, and behind the tower is the Harmoniegebouw (where the Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Law are located). From the middle and slanting to the right are the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (this is the building with the two step gables). And to the right of this building, separated by two smaller buildings, is the Bestuursgebouw (where the Executive Board is located). Next to the Bestuursgebouw on the right are the buildings of the Faculty of Philosophy.
Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences
The Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences is located in different buildings in the Hortus area close to the city centre. The Department of Psychology is located in the building with the blue marquis, and left under is the Department of Sociology. To the right of this is the Department of Pedagogy and Educational Sciences. In 2008, in a part of the garden an extension of the building of psychology has been built.
The Zernike Park is located in the northern part of the city of Groningen. The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences with the Department of Physics and the Department of Chemistry can be seen here. The faculty board is housed in the Bernoulliborg (only the construction site can be seen on the foto on the top left corner).
Below to the right, the round building is the Centre for Information Technology. To the left of this is the Faculty of Spatial Sciences and the University Centre for teacher education. Above this is the Faculty of Economics and Business. Above in the middle are the Zernikegebouw and the Department of Astronomy. And above to the far right you can catch a glimpse of the the construction area of the new faculty premises, the Bernoulliborg (finished in 2008). Also, the new building for Life Sciences has been built here in 2009/2010.
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