Claren's landing in downtown Oxford may not be familiar to you, but if you talk about the world's famous Oxford Publishing House, you will not be unfamiliar. This is his headquarters. The famous Oxford Dictionary is published here. It's very meaningful to have a look at it.
All the way, the scenic spots are beautiful and atmospheric.
Hawksmood was one of the architects of London's greatest churches. Claren landed at the office of the Oxford University Press, then became the office of Oxford University after the 1920s, and was transferred to the Oxford University Library, which also provided office space.
It's very good to enjoy the city scenery here. From the angle of circle, we can say that every building is classic.
A first-class building in Oxford, England, is owned by Oxford University.
The building is very old and the facades are well preserved.