The long history of the Claren and other buildings is also worth visiting. This building is very simple. Many of the visits are conducted under the guidance of a guide. You can see a lot of designs on the top. The buildings also have a classic appearance. of.
A Grade I registered building in Oxford, England, owned by Oxford University. It was built from 1711 to 1715 as the seat of Oxford University Press. It is located on Broad Street in the heart of Oxford, near the Sheldonian Theatre and Bodleian Library.
Hawksmode is one of the designers of London’s greatest churches. The Clarendon House was originally the office of Oxford University Press, and then became the office of Oxford University in the 18th and 20th century. It was then transferred to Oxford University. The library also provides office space.
The Clarendon House in the heart of Oxford may not be familiar to you, but if you talk about the famous Oxford publishing house in the world, you will not be unfamiliar. This is his headquarters. The famous Oxford Dictionary is published here. It is very meaningful and you must come and see it.
All the way to view the flowers, the scenic buildings are beautiful and atmospheric.