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Mezanine Floralhall Inverness Scotland
Scotland

The Floral Hall Inverness, Mezannine.

This is a botanic garden and coffee shop which is open to the public. As well as the botanic garden the floral hall runs courses including courses for those who feel "challenged" by the twenty first century and gives them something to centre their lives around.

Copyright: John Leith
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Uploaded: 05/06/2011
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: plants; botanic garden; greenhouse; glasshouse
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