Studley Royal Water Garden :: Shared Description

The water garden at Studley Royal is one of the best surviving examples of a Georgian water garden in England. The garden was created by John Aislabie in 1718.
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The estate of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal is a UNESCO heritage site.
by David Dixon
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SE2868 : Temple of Fame, Studley Royal Water Garden by Andrew Curtis
SE2768 : Water Garden by Ian Capper
SE2868 : Studley Royal Water Garden by Ian Capper
SE2769 : Path by the Lake, Studley Royal Water Garden by David Dixon
SE2868 : The Surprise View, Studley Royal by Ian Capper
SE2869 : Bridge and Cascade by DS Pugh
SE2868 : Studley Royal Water Garden by Ian Capper
SE2869 : The Canal, Studley Royal Water Garden by David Dixon
SE2868 : Quebec, Studley Royal by David Dixon
SE2868 : Moon Pool by DS Pugh
SE2868 : Studley Royal Water Garden, Moon  Pond by David Dixon
SE2868 : Swan symmetry by Ian Capper
SE2868 : Weir and Fountains Abbey by DS Pugh
SE2868 : Half Moon Pond by Ian Capper
SE2868 : Temple of Piety at Fountains Abbey by PAUL FARMER
SE2868 : Half Moon Pond by Ian Capper
SE2868 : Water Garden by Ian Capper
SE2768 : Canal in the water gardens by DS Pugh
SE2768 : Along the Canal by DS Pugh
SE2869 : Studley Royal Water Garden by David Dixon
SE2869 : Bridge above the cascade by DS Pugh
SE2769 : The Lake, Studley Royal Water Garden by David Dixon
SE2869 : Studley Royal by PAUL FARMER
SE2868 : Octagon Tower by Ian Capper
SE2769 : The Lake by Ian Capper

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Created: Fri, 5 Aug 2011, Updated: Fri, 5 Aug 2011

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