This is a monument to the devotees who died in memory of the apostles. It is a typical Gothic building. In the center of Oxford City, it bears the emblems of all the colleges in Oxford. There are many pigeons in the small square around it. The environment is very good.
The Victorian Gothic Memorial of Martyrs was completed in 1843 by Sir George G Scott in downtown Oxford. Three martyrs dedicated to Oxford were burned to death on wooden stakes outside the walls during the Reformation Movement in Britain, and the monument was completely restored in 2003.
The Monument to the Martyrs was built in 1841 as a Gothic spire building in memory of the three bishops, Clemmo, Latimo and Ridley, who were hanged and burned alive during the reign of Queen Mary from 1555 to 1556. Next to it is Oxford's oldest building, the Saxon Tower of Oxford, built in 1040. The tour guide suggested that the monument was also one of Oxford's landmarks. Take photos quickly, but he didn't know where the older Saxon Tower next to it was. It's probably the last one.
Perhaps the most historic place of Oxford University is the Memorial Tower of Martyrs, which commemorates three Cambridge graduates who were burned in Oxford. A history of Bloody Mary condenses the deadly struggle between Catholicism and Protestantism and the bloody storms of the Royal family.
The Martyrs Memorial Monument is in Oxford, and there's a way to high street and board street, just over from Trinity College.~
Standing in the classical complex, the tone is obviously dim. The martyr sculptures in the middle are vivid and prayer-like in silence.
The entrance to the Ashmolin Museum, built in 1841, is a Gothic spire building in memory of three bishops, Karenmo, Latimo and Ridley.