The University of York is located about 1.5 Km (1 mile) away from the Centre of the City of York, which is a beautiful historic place attracting thousands of visitors from around the UK, Europe and rest of the world every year. City life is full of culture, activities, fantastic places to visit, socialise and eat and drink. A few photographs taken by IJSF provide a flavour of this amazing place.
Cliffords Tower in the Centre of York.
The river Ouse running though York.
Sunrise across the Knavesmire Race Course - cycle ride into the University.
For the last three years we have had wonderful snow in York (between Novmeber and January).
The stunning York Minster.
Stone gate ('gate' meaning 'street').
Millenium Bridge over the river Ouse - a common cycle route into the University campus
River Ouse on a sunny day.
The Geese are famous in York too, even in the snow!
More of snowy York.
The new Chemistry E-block as of summer 2011.