King's College, Cambridge
This gothic beauty is attached to one of Britain’s greatest seats of learning. It’s famous for its soaring spires and an angelic choir that raises the roof at daily Evensong – and broadcasts its Christmas carol service to the world. Part of the institution founded by Henry VI in 1441 to promote his love of education, religion and research, it’s inspired no less than Horace Walpole, John Maynard Keynes, EM Forster, Helena Bonham Carter, David Baddiel, Zadie Smith and George the Poet.
6th letter for the landmark anagram: C