Cambridge Trinity College is one of Cambridge's largest, richest and most prestigious colleges. It was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII of England. Its predecessor was the Michael House founded in 1324 and the King's School established in 1317. For this reason, the oldest buildings still retained in the college today can be traced back to the bell tower used by the King's School in the Middle Ages, and it is still time-keeping for the college today. With regard to the bell tower, Trinity College also retains an interesting tradition of letting freshmen try to run around the courtyard at noon on the day of the school banquet. Students have to run the 367-metre courtyard within 43 seconds of striking the bell tower, which is challenging even for track and field athletes. There is a small apple tree on the right side of the main entrance of Trinity College. It is said that it is the descendant of Newton's famous apple tree which smashed the gravity in the textbook. Finally, it is worth mentioning the statue of King Henry VIII above the main entrance of the College. A careful audience will find that the King held a chair leg instead of a scepter. It can be imagined that the students of the College played a lot. It was so funny. Trinity College, traditionally considered the most aristocratic college in Cambridge, is the main choice for the children of the British Royal family. King Edward VII, King George VI, Prince Henry of Gloucester, Prince William of Gloucester and Edinburgh and Prince Charles all graduated from this school.
Trinity College was founded by the daughter of Henry VIII in the most famous Tudor Dynasty in British history. Speaking of the Tudor Dynasty, friends who are familiar with British history have to undergo tremors all over their bodies. When you get to the door, please worship the small tree with your heart. Newton discovered the gravitational attraction in this place. Of course, if the trees that grew up in Newton's time would have become great trees by now. Unfortunately, Newton's apple tree had been burned. Now this sapling is a branch that survived the fire. Third, you can spend money. There are many sculptures of famous alumni and notes from school, but they can't take pictures. For example, Byron, Franklin, Russell, Gandhi and Maxwell. And now our Crown Prince, Charles, graduated here.
Walking through Trinity Lane, the energetic young man roared by on his bicycle, reminding me of" Universalism" Hawking, who started his self-confident and speeding journey, was as strong as he, and probably would not have the ordinary people's idea of fixing the time at that moment. Today's Trinity College is closed for some reason, and I'm not sure how I actually got into the campus, so I had to walk as low-key as possible. Think of how to be like the students here, every cell is full of pride, think of oneself is walking in Newton, Byron, Bacon through the stone road, walking, looking up to see the apple tree.
St. Trinity College was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII. Its academic achievements and economic strength rank among the top 31 colleges in Cambridge University. What is most admired by the world is that it is also the alma mater of the great scientist Newton, the famous philosopher Bacon, several royal nobles including Prince Charles, six British Prime Ministers and many Nobel Prize winners.
Although King's College is more famous in terms of fame, it is Trinity College that has the strongest academic achievements and scale. Newton, Bacon, and many other prime ministers, Nobel laureates, were born here. In the middle of the green lawn on the right side of the gate is a humble apple tree. It is said that an apple from the tree's ancestors fell on Newton's head, which inspired him to discover the law of gravitation.
Santa Trinity College, Kyle via the Library, Long Library used to be Harry Potter's filming site. When it rained, the lights on the road could be reflected on the campus. The English buildings everywhere let time precipitate the history. Even if the culture of Star-Turning has already been deeply rooted in people's hearts, the magic still exists.
The statue is said to symbolize the right of the sceptre was a student prank into a chair leg, but no one to pursue it. Instead, the generous guide explained to visitors to listen to the Santa Trinity College building and decoration is very beautiful inside the need for tickets.
Location Environment Crossing the Sighing Bridge, I entered the famous Trinity College. On that day, although it was cloudy, I felt that cloudy day was more suitable for English style buildings. However, the teaching building is surrounded and needs a student ID card to enter. It is estimated that there are too many tourists.
Compared with the domineering architecture of King's College, Trinity College is a little low-key, but the whole busy commercial street in front of the door is the private property of its family, which shows its prosperity. Newton's room was still inhabited. The apple tree in front of the door was grafted from the gravitational apple tree. In summer, on the steps in front of the apple tree, there is often a boy who plays the harp quietly, shy and attentive. Picking up the camera, he took many close-ups and dropped coins in his piano bag in front of him. Across the street, there is an ice cream saleswoman who closes work around five o'clock every day and pulls her ice cream truck home with Mercedes-Benz.