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Author Jonas Bergmann
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#91 | Posted: 19 Dec 2021 13:06 | Edited by: Jonas Bergmann 
Case No. 15: English Garden in England (not on the continent)

Explanation: In England there are three WHS connected to the English garden: Kew, Blenheim, and Studley. But aren't there better examples for this connection, especially regarding the picturesque architectonial elements like classical temples, statues, Gothic ruins, grottoes, or bridges? I am thinking of Chatsworth (fTHS), Stowe House, or Stourhead (fTHS) and want to skip Studley instead. But which one? Or are you of the opinion the three already inscribed sites are sufficient examples to fill this connection in England?

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