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Haldon Belvedere Grounds
England

Built in 1785 on the Haldon Estate outside of Exeter, the Belvedere Tower commemorates General Stringer Lawrence who formed and commanded the army in India. It was constructed by Sir Robert Palk, one time governor of Madras, in memory of his friend and their time together in India.

The tower dominates the grounds and although the tower has the finest views, even from ground level they remain spectacular. There is also an arched bridge nearby which is another favourite location for wedding photography.

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