Gargoyles and grotesques are embraced through Princeton’s gothic architecture – some you may already know and love, but many that “you may have passed a hundred times but never noticed,” one tour's guide suggests. Walking around campus, you may see a monkey with a camera on the archway of 1879 Hall, a chained dragon found at the University Chapel, various “educational gargoyles” surrounding Guyot Hall, an armless monkey clown located at Patton Hall, and hundreds of other gargoyles which call Princeton home. Spend some time exploring when you’re next outside. There is always something else to discover on campus – see what gargoyles pique your interest.
Louisa Gheorghita is a staff photographer for The Daily Princetonian.
News contributor Victoria Davies contributed reporting.
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