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Octagonal rose garden planted as a memorial to Princess Diana
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The Octagonal rose garden planted as a memorial to Princess Diana is Christ's Pieces, Cambridge, UK. Christ's Pieces is Victorian park in the east of central Cambridge,UK. The Park is used for pedestrians walking fro the Grafton Center to Cambridge city Center.
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