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Sefton Park Palm House with Peter Pan Statue
England

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.

Copyright: Keith Williams
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Taken: 28/06/2010
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Tags: architecture; statues; greenhouse; botanic; weddings; events; park
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