A bandstand is a circular or semicircular structure set in a park, garden, pier, or indoor space, designed to accommodate musical bands performing concerts. A simple construction, it both creates an ornamental focal point and also serves acoustic requirements while providing shelter for the changeable weather, if outdoors. (Wiki)
|Australian Convict Sites||Parramatta park (Government Domain)|
|Brugge||In the Koningin Astridpark|
|Cienfuegos||At central square|
|City of Bath||Inside Royal Victoria Park|
|Corfu||At the Spianada|
|Maritime Greenwich||Greenwich Park|
|Mexico City and Xochimilco||As most public parks in Mexico and Latin America, there is a bandstand at Alameda Central, where besides musical presentations, boys and girls of middle to high class origins used to socialize. Example: • Kiosk at Alameda Central. At 06000 Hidalgo.|
|Mining Sites of Wallonia||In Quinconces park|
|Morelia||At the Plaza de Armas|
|Old Town Lunenburg|
|Panamá||On Plaza de la Independencia in Casco Viejo|
|Querétaro||at Jardín Zenea|
|Saltaire||In Roberts Park|
|Singapore Botanic Gardens|
|Tequila||in Tequila town, main plaza|
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