Our family visited Cambridge, England, and spent most of the day admiring the beautiful colleges of Cambridge University; this is St. John’s College looking across the lawn toward the entrance into the New Court.
A different angle looking across the beautiful lawn toward St. John’s College Chapel, in the distance on the right – on a picture perfect English day.
Another view of the New Court entrance at St. John’s College, from the sweeping walkway circling the lawn.
A close-up of the gardens and architecture along the front of St. John’s College – there are 31 separate colleges that make up Cambridge University.
This is the rear gate of St. John’s College’s Second Court leading into the Third Court beyond the entrance.
David stands in front of an inner courtyard gate of St. John’s College, which is formally called, “The Master, Fellows and Scholars of the College of St John the Evangelist in the University of Cambridge.”
This is St. John’s College Chapel, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and constructed between the years 1866 -1869.
I cropped the previous photo to show the architectural detail of St. John’s College Chapel’s bell tower.
A view across the lawn of St. John’s College Chapel – the bell tower is 50 meters tall and the tallest structure in Cambridge.
An interior view of St. John’s College Chapel looking towards the Altar, flanked by large, beautiful stained glass windows on the sanctuary walls.
A close-up of one of St. John’s College Chapel’s beautiful stained glass windows in the sanctuary.
A view of the lawn and gardens surrounding St. John’s College – it is a real joy to stroll through such perfectly manicured grounds.