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Having just returned from Venice and seeing The Bridge of Sighs joining the Doges Palace to the dungeons it was wonderful to see the ‘copy’ in Oxford, The Hertford Bridge, joining the two parts of Hertford College over New College Road.
Felt I had to visit the Bridge of sighs after visiting it's counterpart in Venice. Equally as impressive and didn't have to take a Gondola ride to get up close.
As with all other buildings in Oxford architecturally beautiful and very phootgraphic.
This is not the bridge of sighs. It’s in Italy somewhere: not Oxford. It’s still an interesting and very photogenic spot.
Perhaps the best things it’s near the Turf Tavern an architectural and cultural delight not to be missed. Go under the bridge, first turn...More
The Bridge of Sighs in Oxford is a must see. It is small yet beautiful. If you are a Morse fan then you will love it. Of course, the surrounding buildings are also very beautiful. The architecture in Oxford is, in short, superb.
Our helpful guide, Spencer (free tour highly recommended) explained the history of this little gem in some depth . Smaller than its famous sister in Venice and something of a folly as they don't really need a bridge across this little street, it's fun and...More