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Kilmersdon, Somerset. Autumn.
England

This drive leads to the Ammerdown Conference and Retreat Centre with very attractive gardens open to the public.

This 18th Century parkland with its grove of planted trees with their leaves turning to autumn gold, is one of the traditional views of the English countryside.

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Tags: england; autumn; uk; somerset; nature; park; trees; avenue.; ammerdown; countryside
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