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Botanic Garden # 16
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From Wikipedia: "The gardens opened in 1828 as the private Royal Belfast Botanical Gardens. It continued as a private park for many years, only opening to members of the public on Sundays prior to 1895. Then it became a public park in 1895 when the Belfast Corporation bought the gardens from the Belfast Botanical and Horticultural Society. The Belfast Corporation was the predecessor of Belfast City Council, the present owner."

Please enjoy this series of panoramas of the Belfast Botanic Gardens on a Spring evening in April. The park is very popular for all sorts of activities and events, such as concerts,  or just relaxing.

There are 24 panoramas in total, some yet to be uploaded. These should hopefully be accepted for display in Google earth, so you can fly over the park, then fly down to ground level to check out the view.

I will be adding more later of the interior of the Palm House and other areas

For more information on the Botanic Garden, see Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belfast_Botanic_Gardens

Copyright: Gary Quigg
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Uploaded: 03/05/2012
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Tags: botanic; garden; concert; park; palm house; historic; trees; blossom
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