_We***24Blenheim Palace, also known as Churchill Manor, is the residence of the Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill. It is the only non-religious and non-royal building in the UK that has the title of "palace", and it is also a classic of British gardens. The palace is located in Woodstock, Oxford and was built by John Van Burr. It integrates pastoral scenery, gardens and courtyards, showing an outstanding style. In 1987, this mansion was listed as a world cultural heritage.
13611302253There are 38 colleges in Oxford, and the relationship between them and the schools is like the relationship between the central government and local governments in the United States. Each college is managed by Head of House and several Fellows, who are experts in various academic fields, most of which have positions in the school. Six associate colleges (called "Permanent Private Halls", run by various religious denominations), still retain their religious charters.
陌染MMThe bridge of sighs, officially known as the Hertford Bridge, is a famous attraction of Oxford University. It was built in 1913 (completed in 1914), and it crosses New College Road to connect the two old and new parts of Hertford College, and is a famous attraction of Oxford University. Designed by Sir Tomas Jackson, the bridge is called the Bridge of Sighs, because it resembles the bridge of sighs in Venice, Italy. Following the tour group, one can only take a peek at Oxford University.
带着Cici看世界This is an area with dense attractions. In addition to St. Mary's Church, Shelton Theatre and Bodleian Library are also among them. These two can be regarded as landmarks of Oxford. St. Mary’s Church is the main church of Oxford University. It has a history of nearly a thousand years and its architecture is magnificent and gorgeous. There is a cafe on the first floor. Before the visit, we chose to have an afternoon tea here. Only when we are full can we have the strength to climb the clock tower, haha! Taking a picture of afternoon tea with the Bodleian Library as the background is also very feel! The church is actually very general, there is nothing special to see, but from her tower you can see the most photogenic study room of Radcliff Camera and All Souls College in Oxford. This is also a classic angle that has appeared in many movies. It is very spectacular. . (Picture 8-13) You still have to buy a ticket to climb the clock tower, 4 pounds. After boarding the clock tower, two classics will immediately appear before your eyes! Looking to the right, it is the majestic Petronas Twin Towers. That college is All Souls College. The college on the left is called Brasenose College, named after a bronze nose decoration in the College Hall.
M43***62In many ways this is the building I consider to be the most iconic when thinking of Oxford, The architecture of this ancient university city is quite remarkable and has contributed to this city's continuing sense of grandeur and learning.
LGKMYa must visit for the first timer in Oxford. time well spent. a well managed museum founded in 1683 and so many exhibits on display ranging from Chinese dynasties, Egyptian mummies to contemporary art. Contributions from all parties play a significant part in preserving this wonderful museum