withfionaThe entrance to Trinity College has a statue of Henry VIII. On the green lawn at the entrance of the College, there is an apple tree, which is the source of Newton's law of gravity. When you enter the College Courtyard (Great Court), the magnificent architecture gives a sense of awe. The church anteroom is lined with jade statues of famous graduates from Trinity College, including Newton, Bacon, Tennyson and others.
真诚7577A beautiful bridge in Cambridge University is a symbol of Cambridge University. The bridges on the river are different because of the poet Xu Zhimo's famous "A Farewell to Cambridge", which makes people fascinated by Cambridge University and love.
withfionaA bridge of sighs, a bridge of passages in Cambridge, England, belonging to St. John's College, Cambridge University, built in 1831 over the River Conn. The architect was Henry Hutchinson. It was named after the Bridge of Sighs in Venice.
ken_travelSt. Mary’s Cathedral, the main visit is to climb the tower overlooking the University of Cambridge, which expresses the aesthetic fatigue of overlooking. If you haven't seen the churches in the UK, you can also browse it. However, if you have seen Abbey, cathedrol doesn't need to enter this church.