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Rougemont Gardens Exeter
England

This arch in Exeter's Roman City Walls is the point at which you can pass between Rougemont Gardens and Northernhay Gardens.

Both are great places to relax and enjoy the quieter side of the city.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Chargée: 13/09/2009
Mis à jour: 22/02/2012
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Tags: exeter; northernhay gardens; northernhay; rougemont; rougemont gardens; gardens; roman; city walls; arch
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