The Christian Church College charges 9 per person for many of Oxford's open colleges for visitors. The church-like Christian Church College, with many spires, is one of the largest colleges in Oxford. It was founded by Cardinal Worthy in 1525. According to the introduction, the college has a deep political origin with Britain, from which 16 British prime ministers emerged in the recent 200 years. Enter the College and visit the designated routes, mainly the College Restaurant, Church, Atrium and Student Dormitory. Walking into the unique college dining room, I saw tableware and signs on the table. At noon, there were many student tour groups eating here. Among them, tables from Tsinghua University and Hong Kong University were also seen. This is the largest well-preserved medieval hall in Oxford. On the wall of this dining hall, there are many pictures of the outstanding students who graduated from this college. It is a bit old and a bit new. Among these portraits are the famous "Alice in Wonderland" author, and the picture on one of the restaurant windows comes from the story. In front of several rows of parallel long tables in the dining room is a row of horizontal long tables. It is said that the professors eat in the middle of the local college's atrium lawn is a bell tower built in 1681. This building, known as the "Tom Tower", has a large bell weighing up to 7 tons. The view of the Christian Church College atrium can also be seen at the gate of the Bell Tower on the street, and the building of the Christian Church College on the side of the Bell Tower outside the gate is also a landmark building of Oxford. On the walls of students'dormitories, there are several chalk pictures of words and patterns, which is the record of the students after winning the championship in sports competitions such as canoeing. From this point of view, studying in such a well-known college, daily life is not boring learning, but campus life with rich content. The Cathedral in the Christian Church College is also one of the tourist attractions. Walking into this large area, the image of a heaven with stone carvings inside the vault of the altar makes people feel that it is really a college church, which is quite different. On the desk of the church, there is a single-page introduction in multi-national languages. When you find the Chinese introduction, you can look at the buildings in the church in the light of the text and pictures. In addition to several very beautiful medieval windows, there is also a shrine built in 1289, destroyed in 1538, and rebuilt in 1889 and 2002. Because this shrine is the oldest monument in the church. The sacred bones of Oxford's patron Saint Fitiswell were once buried here, but were destroyed during the Reformation. Perhaps this shrine witnesses the duel of life and death that once took place here, but now it is a peaceful elegance and dignity, so that history and reality blend and replace. There are many uniformed staff in the college, who are responsible for guiding tourists and maintaining order by the roadside of the tour route. They wear hats and very old gentleman's style with British characteristics.
The Christian College, founded in 1524, is the largest and oldest college in Oxford University. From the Christian College, there have been many celebrities, British philosopher Locke, great scientist Einstein, author Louis Carroll of "Alice in Wonderland" and many British prime ministers and parliamentarians. Now, he has become Oxford's most famous college because of Harry Potter. Once he enters the first big garden, it is very beautiful. Walking inside, you can see the College on the right hand. Fangting is one of the largest quadrangular atriums in Oxford. This lawn is the background of Alice's fairy tales in Wonderland. There is a big tree in the courtyard, which is said to be where Mr. Rabbit and Alice jumped into the Wonderland Entrance in "Alice in Wonderland". At 10:30, there was a long queue at the entrance of tourists. The daughter was a fan and she was frozen as soon as she stepped onto the steps leading to the hall. It was said that in the movie, Principal Dumbledore was standing at the top of the steps to welcome everyone. Unfortunately, there were so many tourists that it was impossible to take pictures at the top unless you didn't care to be drowned by the crowd. The elegant fan-shaped ceiling on the top of the stairs was built in 1638. The most famous of the College is the Christian College canteen. Almost every "Harry, Potter" movie opens with a ceremony in this hall and then eats happily. The Christian College canteen is a very important part of the college. It is still the place where students at Oxford University eat every day. Professors still maintain the tradition of dining with students. Therefore, in the morning, midday and evening meals, the hall is not open to the public. In addition, if there are special activities, there will be a dinner party here. The lobby is the largest college hall in Oxford or Cambridge during the Victorian period. It can accommodate 300 people. The grand ceiling of the hall is a "cantilevered arch support "structure," and the walls are hung with portraits of members of the Christian Academy, some of which are portraits of the British Prime Minister who studied here. At the end of the hall, there is a bust of Queen Elizabeth II and a portrait of Henry VIII, the founder of the college. Starting at the entrance, there is a portrait of Alice on the fifth window on the left. The faculty's courtyard is particularly beautiful and magnificent against the blue sky and green grass. The faculty's church, the most striking is Jonah Window, because the only person on the window, Jonah, is made of stained glass, while the rest of the window is made of stained glass. Only when you look carefully can you find the subtle differences. St. Frideswide's altar is the oldest monument in the cathedral, carved with exquisite plants and faces. Painted glass windows behind the altar depict the story of Alice's sister Edith Liddell becoming a saint in "Alice in Wonderland". After the visit, he left his back door and turned directly to Merton Street. Merton Street is a quiet trail, roadside covered with some ancient colleges, such as Oriel, Corpus Christ, these colleges have a very ancient history, the layout and scenery inside are also very beautiful.
The Christian Church College of Oxford University is one of the largest colleges of Oxford University in Britain. It is also the only one in the world that is also the Catholic Church. Founded by Cardinal Worthy in 1525. This college has a deep political origin with Britain, from which 16 British prime ministers emerged in the last 200 years. Visits to the College are mainly the College Restaurant, Church, Atrium and Student Dormitory along the designated routes. Walking into the unique college restaurant, I saw tableware and signs on the dining table. At noon, there were many student tour groups here, including students from Tsinghua University and Hong Kong University. On the wall of this restaurant hangs many pictures of the outstanding students who graduated from this college. It's a bit old and a bit new. In front of the rows of parallel long tables is a row of horizontal long tables, which is said to be the place where professors eat. The Christian Church College was founded in 1546. Like its sister college, Trinity College of Cambridge University, it has traditionally been regarded as the most aristocratic college in its university. The college dining hall is a common scene in Harry Potter. The stairs leading to the dining hall are also the places where little Harry crossed the water tank in Dumbledore's office to discover the true identity of the Buddha. The restaurant is only for students to eat. The restaurant is surrounded by portraits of celebrities from Oxford University. It's really the same style as in the movies. It feels like people will talk to you. The first Harry Potter film was filmed in the College Hall. You can't miss it.
If you can only visit one college in Oxford, the best choice is Christ Church College. Because it is one of the largest colleges in Oxford University, it was founded in 1546. Like its sister college, Trinity College of Cambridge University, it is considered to be the most aristocratic student in Oxford University. It is also the only student in the world who is also the Catholic Church - the Church of Christ is the Church of Oxford. Christ Church trained 133 British prime ministers (which is equal to the total number trained by other Oxford colleges), in addition to several outstanding philosophers, politicians, scientists, etc. The Gothic architecture of Church College is magnificent and magnificent. Behind the high wall is an open green grass. There is a student restaurant famous for filming "Harry & Potter". In fact, many famous films and TV works have also been visited by Christ Church, such as "Alice in Wonderland". And this fairy tale was created by Lewis Carroll, a math lecturer here, for the principal's daughter. Strong recommendation.
Christ Church College enjoys the privilege of not being called College. In Oxford it is often called "The House" or "The House". The College was founded by Cardinal Walsey in 1525. Christian Church College has a deep political origin with Britain. As Charles I's temporary capital during the Civil War, it produced 16 British Prime Ministers in the recent 200 years. Inspired by the location of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Witchcraft restaurant in the movie Harry & Potter, the College Hall is a must-see attraction for tourists to Oxford, so it is a super-crowded place in the peak season. Fortunately, it was the Spring Festival holidays, which belonged to the off-season. There were not many people. The college was quiet and beautiful. Although the tickets were not cheap (20 pounds for two sets of family tickets), they still felt that they were worth more. So, visiting Cambridge, Oxford and other university campuses should look for off-season, in order to experience the atmosphere of Centennial College.
Oxford Christian Church College is the most famous college of Oxford University. It has a history of nearly 500 years. The canteen in the college is the place where Harry Potter movies are made. Many tourists come to punch in for Harry Potter, but it stops opening near noon because the students'lunch is in this hall. It's almost noon when we come to visit, and the table is set. On the tableware, the hall was magnificent, and on both sides of the walls hung portraits of the contributing figures of the Christian College. The college church was built in 1525. It has a grand hall with colored glass. The steeple in front of the church is called Tom Tower. It has a history of 350 years.
Ten minutes walk from the station to Christian College to buy tickets. 7 pounds of adults will give you a route map. It's still clear that the scene of Harry Potter is spectacular. You can really savor many scenes. Private personally thinks that the tickets are slightly expensive. Harry Alice's shop, but you can see them if you don't like them. Just across the ramp from the exit of the Christian College to the high street, you can see St. Mary's Church and two other famous museums are relatively concentrated in walking for five minutes, sighing that Oxford is not as commercialized as Cambridge.
This college is a very famous one at Oxford University, not only because of its history, but because the canteen here is where Harry Potter movies are filmed. So tourists from all over the world will come and punch in for Harry Potter. But the hall is open for a certain period of time. It will stop opening near noon. Because we need to prepare lunch for college students. Tourists are all in line, basically walking around the hall. The hall is very elegant. It's like accepting a lunch reservation from the study tour team. But besides Harry Potter, there's Alice in Wonderland, which is written by the author here. The tree in the story is also in the college, but it is not open to tourists.
Oxford Christian Church College, 8 + 2 pounds. (Tickets are 8 pounds plus 2, and we don't know where to visit. Anyway, we can't communicate with each other in language. We'll pay as much as the guard says. It turns out to be ten pounds, and you don't know what two pounds are for. College staff wear black bowler hats. Follow the sign and finally enter the church. Books are on the table and lights are on. Suddenly stunned, as if Harry Potter would appear. (This is where Harry Potter was filmed) Beautiful glass paintings on the window frames. The scene was quiet and sacred. Only 10 photos can be uploaded. I'm sorry.
Oxford Christian Church College is also known as Queen's College of Oxford University. It is one of the most beautiful campuses in Oxford. The library here is said to be the oldest one in Britain. The environment of the College is very beautiful and magnificent. It is worth visiting.