Sefton Park Palm House (Interior)
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Sefton Park Palm House (Interior)

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An interesting place to visit with many statue and plants to view, also many places to sit inside and outside. Located inside a fully restored Sefton Park with many paths to walk, water features and other interesting statues. Go for a few hours and explore this brilliamt park in Liverpool.

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