The Bridge of Sighs in Cambridge, England was built as a stone-covered bridge, in the European way. It is a part of St John's College of Cambridge University to this day. Designed by Henry Hutchinson, it was built in 1831 to cross the River Cam. Beautiful Bridges, Cambridge Punt, Favorite Places, Cambridge England, Beautiful Places, Sigh, The Bridges, Cambridge Universe, Gaurav Pradhan
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fuckyeahvalhalla:The Natural History museum in London bewitchingbritain: If I am not mistaken (it has actually happened before) this is in South Kensington. And it defies description. I would polish those hardwood floors with my body if they would let me live here.
Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy ~ It had to be hard for a prisoner walking across this bridge into the prison cells on the other side. Knowing they'd never escape those dismal conditions, the bridge was aptly named "The Bridge of Sighs".