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Sheringham Park
England

Sheringham Park, nr Sheringham, North Norfolk is a landscaped park and gardens designed in 1812 by Humphrey Repton. The Park is open to the public all year round.

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Tags: sheringham; north norfolk; park; countryside; national trust; humphrey repton
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