行走在地球村Churchill Manor is a well worth visiting place including seeing his entire building or the furnishings inside! Included some antiques including some history, the humanities are well worth a good careful taste. His entire manor was very atmospheric and pervious. The whole estate is a good place to spend about two hours as there are so many antiques inside, including some crafts, it is worth seeing and the building is beautiful! The courtyard is also very large and well worth a slow taste.
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.
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
M36***43This should be one of the must-visit attractions in Oxford, but it is not easy to find. It is in an alley, surrounded by Oxford University colleges. The shape is similar to the bridge in Venice, but the designer has no tribute. It is said that students often sigh (?) when they pass this bridge and get the name. Worth a visit!
真诚7577For a few pounds you can climb to the top of the tower and enjoy the 360 degree view of Oxford without dead ends, the beautiful stripes and the southern city are the most amazing. The church porch, built in 4500 years, has spiral columns that are a major innovation in British architectural history