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
西溪老翁The Bodolli Library of Oxford University (Bodleian Library - University of Oxford) is the general library of Oxford University, one of the oldest libraries in Europe (opened in 1602) and the second largest library in Britain after the British Library. This is one of the six statutory libraries in the UK. All Oxford publications are automatically sent to this collection at the time of publication. There are many branches under the library, including Radcliffe Camera branch has become an important landmark of Oxford University, there are many books stored here, not Oxford University students can also be visited inside. The Hakatarie library consists of a group of buildings of different historical periods and styles, and there is an underground channel connecting each building.
M43***62Covid regulations at the castle/prison dictate that an hours guided tour must be taken. In reality a visit without one would be a mistake. Our tour was conducted by Becca, right from the start it was obvious she has a thorough knowledge of the sights to see at the location. A thoroughly enjoyable, rewarding and enlightening visit. Highly recommended.
萨拉热窝的夏雨荷Oxford University It feels good to be lucky to go to a university that lives in a textbook. It is also good to not go to a school in it. This school is different from the traditional Chinese university. His campus is very scattered. Basically integrated with the neighborhood. I don't know what I know is a college. I have the opportunity to go and see it. I think of running in the sunset that day, it was my lost youth.
Oxford Driving: Suitable, Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Not Recommended
#tripaway Harry potter fans where you at? This library to be accurate the Diviity School was used as infirmary in the Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone after his confrontation with Voldemort. I was lucky to visit the library during a function as I was informed that the purplish light was only on during special occasion.
#tripaway Located near westgate shopping centre, this castle was not served as a castle but as a prison after several war broke. You may experience the prison tour and learn about the infamous story inside the castle. Plus, there is also a river next to the castle. It was autumn during my visit and the autumn colour matched with the castle. If you are staying at Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, you may have a room facing the castle.
The Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford was developed by internationally renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron. The building has been hailed as a stunning new addition to Oxford’s historic skyline, and most of all through its design represents the values of openness, collaboration and transparency that are key to the School’s overall mission of improving public policy. One of the lecture theatres here is named after Malaysia’s 2nd Prime Minister, TUN ABDUL RAZAK to commemorate his legacy
The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford was established in the 17th century. Collection of fascinating art and archeological relics from Egyptian mummies to English and China silverware can be found here. A wide variety of ceramics, metalwork, works on paper, wood, ivory, glass and textiles dating from the AD 600s to the 1800s is displayed in thematic showcases along the walls of the gallery.
#oxford is a magical place. Everywhere you turn there seems like there’s magic afoot. It’s as if the great voices of history were rising up in the long chorus of their years. #triplocal
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
It was great visiting this famous university,one of the famous universities in the world.
The University is scattered across the city in many different parts but the whole thing is just amazing. What a fantastic place to study, it feels like you are constantly on a film setting.
Compared to London, I prefer Oxford, not just because of the famous Oxford University.
I don't know if Oxford University is a city, or the whole city is a university,
Oxford seems to be inseparable from this university,
It is immersed in a strong historical atmosphere, the city is dotted with Solemn architecture. Despite this, many students still keep Oxford's youthful life.
The elegant honey-coloured building of the college is located in a quiet courtyard and surrounded by narrow cobblestone alleys, which form the University of Oxford, and within the college, there is a strong learning atmosphere.
Oxford is also known as town and gowngowt, which means that this is not just a place to study.
An institution of higher learning that blends with the city: Oxford, the United Kingdom, where you feel the British style, don't miss Oxford University. It is full of historical monuments. It feels like Hogwarts School of Magic during the tour. The fans are sure to be familiar!
Attractions Recommended: The Bridge of Sighs is beautiful. This beautiful landmark was built in 1914 and is a replica of the steep arch bridge in Venice.
Church of Our Lady: It is said that this university church is the most visited parish church in England, including the ancient part of the tower built in the early 14th century, from which you can enjoy the beautiful scenery. The biggest feature of the building is the Baroque South Porch, built in 1637.
Lincoln College: The best preserved school in the Medieval Academy. The schoolhouse still retains the early roof, including the crack used to spread smoke.
Magdalen College: Yes Typical and beautiful Oxford College. Its 15th-century garden style contrasts with the park across the Zilvi River for the Modlin Bridge.
The Ashmolean Museum is recognized as the first university museum in the English-speaking world and the first public museum. From the perspective of the museum as a permanent non-profit organization, the Alchemo Museum, which has a history of more than 300 years, has its own management rules for sustainable management, and discusses the relationship between collections and museums. The museum's process of collecting museums through private donations gives us an idea of the concepts formed by Western museums from the 17th to the 18th centuries.