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Östervångsparken
Sweden

Östervångsparken anlades 1938. Parken består av en rund gräsmatta från vilken tre armar utgår. Mot norr sträcker sig en allé av lundalm. Mot öster återfinns en kant av träd och två rektangulära rosenrabatter. Den tredje armen som är den kortaste är omgiven av an häck och har en bassäng för barn. Runt gräsmattan växer hängbokar och persisk syrén. I den östra delen går en parkväg mellan höga idegranar, järnek och buxbom. Blomsterplanteringarna växlar efter årstiderna.

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Uploaded: 02/06/2012
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