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Charlecote House Garden
England

Charlecote Park the formal gardens of this estate lie between the House and River Avon and despite being late summer the colours are outstanding.

Copyright: Geoff mather
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Tags: national trust; charlecote park; house; gardens; river; walks; g8dhe
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