War Memorial Garden is a great memorial garden, with the beauty of buildings and gardens at the same time. The lawn is very lush, it is worth visiting, there are many types of flowers, and the overall is quite good~
At the end of the lawn that runs through the Christian Church, several gardens are in fact separated by a stream. The gardens are well preserved and if you like to visit Worcester College, the school is usually open from 2pm to 5pm, with many gravestones of soldiers who died in the war.
Walking from the Christian Church College in Oxford, the distinct theme is intended to remind the academics and residents of the area of the war and the indomitable struggles of the past in the pursuit of justice
The church college is connected with a beautiful lavender, very beautiful. There is a sword on the ground at the door and a word, don't forget to look down.
A garden commemorating WWII is not a big one, but it's a beautiful view, flowers, green leaves and winding paths that make people feel comfortable.