Three buses compete for limited street space in Oxford, England
Memorial Garden is the main visitor entrance to Christ Church and the Meadow, in Oxford, England.
The south garden known as the Rose Garden was designed as an iris garden and now has changing seasonal bedding, replanted twice a year. The north east garden is roughly trapezoidal, and bounded by walls on all sides. It is known as the ‘Circle Garden’, the name derived from a former round bed. It now has a lawn surrounded with mature shrubs including Wisteria, Magnolia, Photinia, Viburnum, Abelia and some lower herbaceous planting.
Oriel College is the fifth oldest of the University of Oxford’s constituent colleges, founded in 1326. The majority of Oriel’s buildings date from the 17th century onward.
The Peckwater Quadrangle (known as “Peck” to students) is one of the quadrangles of Christ Church, Oxford, England.
An impressive altar at Christ Church Cathedral of the diocese of Oxford. It is also the chapel of Christ Church at the University of Oxford. This dual role as cathedral and college chapel is unique in the Church of England. The Cathedral was built around 1546.
Ushers at Christ Church, University of Oxford are dressed in traditional attire to guide visitors to various sights.
Founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII, it is one of the larger colleges of the University of Oxford. Christ Church has a number of architecturally significant buildings including Tom Tower (designed by Sir Christopher Wren) and Tom Quad (the largest quadrangle in Oxford.