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Coronation Fountain at Welwyn Garden City

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This fountain in Welwyn Garden City was commissioned to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952. It is a pleasant place to sit in mild weather but watch out when the wind is blowing. You could get quite wet!

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