Hertford Bridge, popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs, is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford, England. Its distinctive design makes it a city landmark. It was completed in 1914

Ah, Oxford. Hertford Bridge, popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs, is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford, England. Its distinctive design makes it a city landmark. It was completed in 1914

I absolutely loved Oxford when I went. The buildings, the streets, the bicycles propped up against just about any corner; abuzz but also relaxed. It was really inspiring to me. I probably had my mouth gaping open the whole time like an idiot. It was beautiful

32 Photos That Prove Oxford Is An Awe-Inspiring Wonderland

Ancient Street, Oxford, England photo via enchantedengland.pretty sure I've been on that street.that round building looks very familiar!

The Jackson Staircase Hertford College, Oxford. England @Casey Dalene Dalene Dalene Mckee

honeycurry: “ The Jackson Staircase: Hertford College This marvellous spiral staircase took my breath away, it’s rather strange but I find it beautiful. The stone spiral staircase was designed by Sir.

Things To Do In Oxford In The Summer (Vogue.co.uk) (Vogue.co.uk)

Vogue's Insider Guide To Oxford

From punting to riverside dining, here are the 10 things to do in Oxfordshire in the summer

During his Oxford days, Lord Sebastian Flyte was seldom seen without a teddy bear firmly clasped to his richly waistcoated chest as he hurried from one drinking den to the next.      Seen by millions in the classic 1981 serialisation of Brideshead Revisited, that bear, Aloysius, became as much of a star as the effete leading men Anthony Andrews and Jeremy Irons.

Anthony Andrews (Lord Sebastian Flyte) Jeremy Irons (Charles Ryder) and Aloysius, Brideshead Revisited

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