The Radcliffe Camera, a famous landmark building of Oxford University, was built in 1749 and recorded in the history of architecture. View Radcliffe Library, gorgeous buildings and Baroque domes are very recognizable, but not open to tourists, only Oxford University teachers and students can enter, and the books are not available. The Radcliffe Library looks very much like the Sheldon Theatre next to it. The former is the reading room, and the latter is the place where the diploma is issued. What a holy place I admire!
Before I went to Oxford, I knew that the circular Radcliffe Pavilion had become one of the landmarks of Oxford, and many postcards had its beautiful image. So mind must take a picture of it. In fact, it's in a very prominent position at the intersection. It's not difficult to photograph it. It is estimated that all tourists will take pictures of it and take pictures with it.
The libraries in downtown Oxford have a variety of styles. Many of them are closed to the outside world. There is a visit in the middle that can provide regular explanation. But if you can't photograph the wooden shelves of the library here, it looks very historic. The murals in the library are very beautiful under the Yellow light.
Radcliffe Camera is a landmark building of Oxford University, opposite the famous Bodley Library in Oxford. It's not open to tourists, it can only see the exterior, but the exterior of this building is very special. Only from the top down of the church on the other side can we see the relatively complete exterior. The church is the best view angle.
Radcliffe Camerala is the symbol of Oxford University. Radcliffe Camerala is the most popular building in Oxford University. Dcliffe Camera is the medical and scientific library of the Oxford University Library. Built in 1749, this beautiful Baroque building is one of the beautiful skylines in Oxford.
We also visited the Oxford University Library, one of the oldest libraries in Europe. The area actually consists of three major libraries, including the old Bodley Library, the Redcliffe Library and the new Bodley Library. Look at the old reading room outdoor view of the library called the Redcliffe Arch on Google Maps. The round building, built in 1749, became one of the landmarks of Oxford with its beautiful Baroque architecture.
The library remains a must-see college in Oxford University Town and must be photographed. What a picturesque scene it is when ancient buildings and young students merge together. The library is surrounded by the surrounding Academy buildings. Its round shape is solemn and solemn. It has become the core focus of the academy.
The Oxford University Library is also the second largest library in the UK. Oxford's iconic landscapes appear on many postcards. The best angle is to climb the bell tower opposite the church. Oxford landmark buildings, this must be photographed as a souvenir, just like Beijing to Tiananmen to take photos again.