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University of Oxford
4.7/5
344 Reviews
School
13611302253There are 38 colleges in Oxford, and the relationship between them and the schools is like the relationship between the central government and local governments in the United States. Each college is managed by Head of House and several Fellows, who are experts in various academic fields, most of which have positions in the school. Six associate colleges (called "Permanent Private Halls", run by various religious denominations), still retain their religious charters.
Blenheim Palace
4.6/5
308 Reviews
Garden
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Architecture
_We***24Blenheim Palace, also known as Churchill Manor, is the residence of the Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill. It is the only non-religious and non-royal building in the UK that has the title of "palace", and it is also a classic of British gardens. The palace is located in Woodstock, Oxford and was built by John Van Burr. It integrates pastoral scenery, gardens and courtyards, showing an outstanding style. In 1987, this mansion was listed as a world cultural heritage.
Bridge of Sighs
4.6/5
130 Reviews
Bridge
Tree-LiThe Bridge of Sighs in Oxford is officially named Hertford Bridge and is a famous attraction of Oxford University. The Bridge of Sighs was built in 1913 and officially named Hertford Bridge. It crosses the New College Road and connects the old and new parts of Hertford College. It is a famous attraction of Oxford University. Designed by Sir Thomas Jackson. Because of this...
University Church of St. Mary the Virgin
4.5/5
125 Reviews
Church
withfionaThis is the main church of Oxford University and also a common place of worship for Oxford students. It is a Gothic building that can climb to the top of the bell tower and overlooks the Bodleian Library and All Souls College. It is the largest church in Oxford.
Bodleian Library
4.6/5
142 Reviews
M43***62In many ways this is the building I consider to be the most iconic when thinking of Oxford, The architecture of this ancient university city is quite remarkable and has contributed to this city's continuing sense of grandeur and learning.
Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
4.6/5
84 Reviews
Museum
LGKMYa must visit for the first timer in Oxford. time well spent. a well managed museum founded in 1683 and so many exhibits on display ranging from Chinese dynasties, Egyptian mummies to contemporary art. Contributions from all parties play a significant part in preserving this wonderful museum

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University of Oxford
University of OxfordOxford,United Kingdom

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Blenheim Palace
Blenheim PalaceOxford,United Kingdom

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Bridge of Sighs
Bridge of SighsOxford,United Kingdom

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University Church of St. Mary the Virgin
University Church of St. Mary the VirginOxford,United Kingdom

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Bodleian Library
Bodleian LibraryOxford,United Kingdom

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Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Ashmolean Museum of Art and ArchaeologyOxford,United Kingdom

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