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Haldon Belvedere Roof
England

The view from the roof of the Haldon Belvedere Tower is stunning. You can clearly see Exeter, Exmouth, Dartmoor, and even Torquay (the Haldon Estate once stretched this far).

This is a wonderful place to have wedding photographs taken with the detail of the towers and the distant views.

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Uploaded: 12/04/2009
Updated: 08/04/2012
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