Trinity College (University of Oxford) was founded in 1555 by King Henry VIII of the United Kingdom. It is located on the Broad Street of Oxford, across Turl Street from Bellewell College and Blackwell Bookstore of Oxford University. Its predecessors were the Michael House founded in 1324 and the King's School founded in 1317. There are many schools in the Christian world, including Cambridge, Ireland and the United States. Henry VIII (1491-1547), the earliest "trustee" of Trinity College, was the second king of the Tudor Dynasty. It should be noted that many colleges in the UK are not open in the exam season of June and July. We went to them in February on the Spring Festival holidays. The college is basically open and the weather is not cold. The key is that there are few tourists, which shows the calm that the college should have.
Trinity College is one of the famous colleges of Oxford University. The college needs to buy tickets. One or two pounds a person. It's not expensive. Every time we arrive, we'll go in and have a look. The college is very big, the buildings are very beautiful, and the lawn is very big. Colleges are not entirely open to the outside world. The internal classroom library dormitory is not open. Visitors can see the facade of the college. Fortunately, I met Mr. Trinity of Trinity College. The cat is very close. It's worth seeing here.
Compared with Christian Church College, Trinity College is quieter and beautiful. I also visited student dormitories.
Trinity College of Oxford is a well-known college of Oxford University. It was founded in 1555. Among the graduates, there were three British Prime Ministers. The College is located on Broad Street, Oxford, between Belleor College and Blackwell Bookstore. The college is surrounded by iron fences rather than fences, through which you can see the inside of the college. Apart from the four main courtyards, the college also has a large lawn and a spacious garden. It takes 6 pounds to buy tickets to get in.
Trinity College is a college of Oxford University, founded in 1555, from which three British prime ministers emerged. The blue iron fence gate is particularly noticeable. Through the iron fence, we can see that the teaching building is surrounded by green plants. Visit tickets are 3.
The accommodation provided by Trinity College in Oxford overlooks the beautiful garden, but the facilities are basic, the rooms are spacious and tidy, but the linen sheets are student-like and uncomfortable. We had to share the bathroom with strangers. We had to pay two pounds for a visit.