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Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge
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  • It is beautiful seen from the outside, but if you can get inside. It is worth to take a picture. What you can do if you visit the school to which it belongs
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  • This bridge is an iconic one in Cambridge! The architecture and design of the bridge are very nice..best viewed from the River! 
  • This one is the only coverd bridge on riven Cam joining two campus of St John's college. Good architect. Looks beautiful while punting. A favorite sight of most of the travellers to have a picture wit...  more »
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  • Unfortunately enough you can go through the bridge, but it's true though that you can not enjoy its gorgeous beauty from inside.
  • Always wanted to see the Bridge. Today went along the river on a punting on the hottest day of the year
  • You can see the bridge from a punting boat. Excellent views of the river!
  • Lovely looking bridge. Best viewed from the river Cam on a boat.
  • a beautiful bridge you should see when in cambridge either punting or walking. you can get pictures of it from the bridge parallel to it. there is a sign saying private but we saw lots of people walking over it so yolo.