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Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park
England

Isabella Plantation is an ornamental woodland garden in the south quarter of Richmond Park. This panorama was taken by the Still Pond towards the south of the plantation.

Copyright: Roy reed
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Caricate: 12/07/2011
Aggiornato: 07/08/2014
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Tags: richmond park; isabella plantation; tree; wood; park; pond
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Roy Reed
Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park
Roy Reed
Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park
Roy Reed
Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park
Roy Reed
Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park
Roy Reed
Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park
Roy Reed
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