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Martyna Wróblewska & Kamil Piechowiak / CAMBRIDGE
A couple in private and professional life. Recently, the parents of two charming daughters. Together, they created KamKam Visuals – a creative production studio dealing with the creation of films, commercials, documentaries, animations and photography. There is no place for them that is too far away. They have already filmed for their clients in over 20 countries on 4 continents. Their productions have been appreciated at international festivals, and several dozen publications around the world have appeared on the site. Their travels and film projects can be followed on Instagram: @kamkamvisuals and Facebook: Facebook.com/KamKamVisuls
"Cambridge in 30 minutes - it's possible!
Cambridge is the most famous university city in England, offers tourists plenty of attractions. Visiting Trinity College or St. John College, Wren Library and perhaps the 16th century King’s College chapel will impress the fans of history, architecture and science as well cinematography. This is where the events shown in the films: “The Theory of Everything” and “The Man Who Knew Infinity” took place. A visit to the famous museums: The Fitzwilliam Museum, the Whipple Museum of the History of Science or The Museum of Zoology, galleries like Kettle’s Yard and finally seeing the famous Corpus Clock should satisfy the most discerning travelers who like it when a lot is happening around. If the experience turns out to be too much, a great escape from the crowds (especially in the summer season) will be a cruise on the Cam river, which will take less than 30 minutes. The majority of attractions from the appropriate distance can be seen from the level of the boat running slowly, and many of the experiences will provide you with a passage under the famous bridges, among others the amazing Bridge of Sighs.”