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Martyrs' Memorial
Oxford Top 4 in Classical Architecture

4.4/5
23 Reviews
Monument
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 20-30 minutes
Address: St Giles, Oxford, England

What people are saying:

In the central area of Oxford, the tall monument was erected as a monument to the martyrs. The monument was built in the form of a tall spire with exquisite patterns on it. It is a typical Christian style and is to commemorate the early Christian martyrs. The monument built by the author has a very long history.

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  • Bertie1224
    Bertie1224
    Higham Ferrers, United Kingdom
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    A fascinating creation

    Splendid piece of Victorian gothic architecture that could easily just be driven past. Looking down from the third floor of the Randolph hotel gives it a whole new perspective.

    Reviewed on /Date(1598232699000+0800)/
  • Onleaveagain
    Onleaveagain
    Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
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    Worth a visit

    This statue has been erected to remember the religious martyrs, Cranmer, Latimer and Ridley who were burnt at the stake in the sixteenth century following the English Reformation. Very prominent statu...

    Reviewed on /Date(1587251738000+0800)/
  • TeamWard
    TeamWard
    Midlands
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    Interesting memorial

    Martyrs' memorial is an interesting and easily missed item to locate while wandering the streets of Oxford just across the road from the Ashmolean museum.

    Reviewed on /Date(1583661940000+0800)/
  • DunelmArts
    DunelmArts
    Aberdeen
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    Now a popular meeting spot

    The Martyr’s Memorial was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and built of magnesium limestone. It is a 19th century memorial commemorating the 16th century martyrdom of Thomas Cranmer, Nicolas Ridle...

    Reviewed on /Date(1578278983000+0800)/
  • BigHugh51
    BigHugh51
    Adelaide
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    A popular meeting spot!

    During our stay in Oxford, we passed by the Martyr’s Memorial on several occasions. Each time we passed by, the small area around the memorial was busy with small groups of people gathered around it, ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1574001108000+0800)/

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