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In Fitzroy gardens, 1870 - 1880

Reference Code:  GBR/0115/RCS/Y308B/153

Scope and Contents

183 x 130 mm. A view in the gardens, with a fountain in the foreground and trees beyond. The gardens are situated at the east of the central part of the city behind the Parliament and Treasury buildings. The gardens were the creation of James Sinclair, a fine botanical artist, who also in 1850 designed Czar Nicholas gardens at St Petersburg. The Fitzroy Gardens he created out of swampy marshland.


  • Creation: 1870 - 1880

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1 photographic print(s) : photograph

Repository Details

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