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There is really nothing more to it than what you see in the pictures. It's more fancy than the one in Venice but the history behind it is not quite as intriguing. Take a look, then maybe a picture. Done.
This Oxford landmark is easy to find, close to the end of Broad Street where it meets Catte Street. It is best viewed from the area around the Sheldonian Theatre, and if you go under it from there, you will find St Helens Passage on...More
Linking the old and new Quadrangles of Hertford College, we found this architecturally stunning bridge on our Morse/Lewis walking tour. A highly prized spot for photograph taking evidently based on the bridge with the same name in Venice. There are so many beautiful spots around...More
Amazing. We were told it is based on the one in Venice, although it is not that old - less than 100 years - but it blends in beautifully with surroundings. It will be familiar to fans of Morse and Lewis - but it's great...More
I don't understand the attraction here. It is an incredibly beautiful piece of arcitecture, very charming but so many people try to take pictures of it, so the area is usually full of tourists trying to get a better photo than the tourists before them....More