Sigh Bridge, when I arrived, I wondered why it should not be in Italy. How did it come here? And I heard that Oxford and Cambridge all have Sigh Bridge. What do you sigh about? Some people said that because the next place is where graduates line up to get their diplomas every year. If they can't get their diplomas without a good study, they would sigh. Ha-ha. Passing by, taking pictures and laughing.
Oxford University's Sigh Bridge, commonly known as Oxford Hertford Bridge, is a dry bridge that spans Oxford's New College Lane and connects the north and south parts of Hertford College. Although this bridge is not as spiritual as Sighing Bridge on Cambridge University's Kanghe River, its beautiful appearance still attracts many visitors to take photos here.
Cambridge and Oxford are both a city and a university. Cambridge's campus is more lively than Oxford's. Because of Xu Zhimo's reasons, more people visited Cambridge than Oxford. They rowed a boat in Cambridge to see Sighing Bridge and felt the sad farewell. One day in Cambridge, life is like a dream.
Hertford Bridge, commonly known as Bridge of Sighs, was designed by Sir Thomas Graham Jackson in 1914. It is a pedestrian bridge in Oxford, England. It crosses the New College Lane and connects the north and south parts of Hertford College. Its unique design makes it a city landmark. There was a legend that in a student health survey, Hertford College students were found to weigh the heaviest, so the college closed the bridge and forced students to climb stairs for extra exercise. But in fact, if the bridge is not used, students need to climb fewer stairs than if the bridge is used.
Next to the New Bodley Library is Oxford's famous Sigh Bridge, which is actually an arcade building connecting two buildings. Because of its unique shape and in the college, it is said that students are also sighing to meet the examination, so it is called Sigh Bridge. Seeing this sigh bridge, I can't help but recall that six years ago, when we visited Venice together, we enjoyed sigh bridge. Time flies like an arrow for another six years. Maybe that's why we should sigh.
Oxford Sigh Bridge, officially known as Hertford Bridge, crosses the New College Road to connect the pedestrian Gallery of the old and new buildings of Hertford College. The Sigh Bridge in Venice is commonly known as Sigh Bridge. Some people say that students go to meet the examination and sigh, but it is called Sigh Bridge. It's also a famous scenic spot of Oxford University. It's worth punching in!
Sigh Bridge was built in 1913 (completed in 1914), officially known as Hertford Bridge. It crosses the New College Road and connects the old and new parts of Hertford College. It is a famous scenic spot of Oxford University. Designed by Sir Tomas Jackson. Because it resembles the sigh bridge in Venice, Italy, it is called the sigh bridge. This is also a scenic spot that Oxford will not be overlooked by tourists.
Oxford Sigh Bridge connects the buildings of Hertford College. It may be difficult to take photos because of the large number of visitors. But if you have patience, it's also Sigh Bridge. Unfortunately, it's Oxford, not Venice. It's a complex and ancient example of world architecture.