Green College is located in a relatively remote place of Oxford University. Tour groups and the like will definitely not visit here. It also has a quiet campus environment. The buildings are unique and the school buildings are neat and orderly. The overall feeling is a very quiet college. , Not many students, elegant environment~
This small dome is the representative of this college. There are no other colleges, churches, etc., but it is also a college of all ages. In fact, two colleges merged (Green College, Templeton College) , And the name is also used together, making the current academy. It seems that May belongs to this college.
Now known as Green Templeton College, the main attractions are the beautiful observatory building and the nearby astronomer’s house. If you want to go in, just contact the school, because they rarely open, but the scenery outside is also good, you can see it from Woodstock Road.
As far as you can see, they are all ancient buildings built with stones several centuries ago, and it is said that the latest ones were built no more than the 15th century. Some of these resemble castles, some resemble monasteries, and some of them resemble churches in dilapidated houses. It may be a college of the famous Oxford University. There is a college badge on the door. There are many church schools here, such as the "Trinity College" (the Virgin, the Son and the Holy Spirit) in many places, and the Merton College (Merton College) established in 1264 is the first college of the University of Oxford. It also has the oldest college building in Oxford and the oldest library in England. A world-renowned school with a history of more than 900 years, the celebrities produced in the past dynasties are really shining stars. Christ Church College (Christ Church College) is the largest college in Oxford University. It is proud to have produced N British prime ministers in the past 200 years, but it is also the college with the highest tickets.
One of the colleges of Oxford University, the Observation Building and the Rainercliffe Observatory are the most famous, and they are the special highlights of the school’s architecture.