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Glendurgan Autumn under-tree panorama
England

Glendurgan is a National Trust garden near Mawnan Smith in Cornwall, UK. Located in a valley, the gardens are planted with exotic trees and shrubs, which thrive in the mild climate and sheltered south-facing slopes of the garden. A laurel maze is located to the west of this panorama. This panorama was captured in the autumn.

Copyright: Mark Vanstone
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Resolution: 9474x4737
上传: 27/10/2012
更新: 17/07/2014
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Tags: glendurgan; national trust; garden; cornwall; trees; autumn
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