Eating cookies and singing songs, hurried to St Mary's Church st mary's church. It is said that the tower here is the commanding height of Oxford and overlooks this Oxford town. But when I rushed there, I found that the opening hours of the tower had passed. Unfortunately! But visiting in the church and admiring the wonderful Gothic architecture is not bad!
I saw a magnificent church in the square, but I didn't find its name after walking around, and the door was locked so that no one could enter. Finally, I asked the people in the tourist center. This is St. Mary's Church. Part of the outer wall is very dilapidated, but her aura still remains.
St. Mary’s Church is very old. Although it has gone through several centuries of wind and rain, it still has its original appearance. Some of the walls inside still have traces of the past. I saw the introduction that this church was originally built in the 10th century. It was another sigh, and it was another thousand-year-old building with a long history, which made people look up. It’s just that the ancient traces have faded a lot, only the bricks near the pillars of the church seem to reveal the vicissitudes of the years.
Among the real gold and jade. The Altar of Witt Stvosh is the highlight. It is opened every day for a limited time. Inside are the stories of Maria and Jesus carved in linden wood, which should be gilded. The entire hall is magnificent.