Holder Hall (tower), Blair Hall, Pyne Hall (foreground).
Holder Hall (tower), Blair Hall, Pyne Hall (foreground). Photo: Brian Wilson  
Landmarks on campus are vivid reminders of Princeton's history and traditions. Their physical presence evokes bygone eras, while enhancing a landscape in which today's students live and learn and look to the future. Princeton's main campus consists of more than 180 buildings, spanning a range of architectural styles from neoclassical to Collegiate Gothic to strikingly contemporary. As well as buildings, the campus is dotted with sculptures, wrought-iron gates, stone archways and other features reflecting the long history of this great University.