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Nico Ditch, Platt Fields Park, Manchester, UK
England

Platt Fields is a large park in south Manchester. The path in the panorama runs parallel to the Nico Ditch - a mysterious ditch dating back to about 900AD - just to the other side of the railings.

Copyright: Karel hladky
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Uploaded: 17/11/2011
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Tags: platt fields; nico ditch; park; fallowfield; rusholme; manchester
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