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The Grounds of Barnsley Gardens 14
Georgia, USA

Barnsley Gardens is a golf resort on the grounds of a historic former plantation in Adairsville, Georgia, United States. Originally known as Woodlands, the plantation was established by Godfrey Barnsley, of Liverpool, England. He built the Italianate mansion in the late 1840s

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Tags: barnsley; adairsville; ga; georgia; resort; mansion; ruins; golf; chapel; gardens; cutting
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