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Reviewed 7 January 2018

Iconic place in Oxford. Beside the Bodleon library.Entrance to oldest part of Oxford.Great for photos

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Reviewed 3 January 2018

This Bbridge gives you the idea of connection between buildings but also ages. it is a symbol for Oxford at the point where you find connectiosn among schools inside the university. it connects you to the past but also connects you to the future with all the students that passes under, over and in front of it. and they are the symbol of the presente and of the future

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Reviewed 31 December 2017

The bridge of sighs is an interesting architectural feature. It is. named after the Venice bridge. Best viewed from New College . One sees the Radcliffe Camera behind the Bridge.

Thank Kyle S
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

Linking the buildings of Hertford College, this is a stunning addition to the beautiful buildings, named after the famous Venetian landmark.
Appears a lot older than a 1913 construction.

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Reviewed 18 December 2017

Another must see in Oxford. This iconic architectural gem never fails to amaze. One piece of advice--the Bridge has to be seen and admired from the far the "other" side i.e. the new College street end so that the Radcliffe camera comes into view behind the Bridge. Don't bother to visit the inside which is accessed from Hertford college.

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