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Regents Park Rose Gardens in Snow 2010
 

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Regents Park Rose Gardens in Snow 2010 - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT

Panorama taken Jan 2010 showing the Queen Mary Rose Gardens of Regents Park covered in snow.

Regents Park Rose Gardens in Snow 2010 - FURTHER INFORMATION

Regents Park Rose Gardens in Snow 2010 - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Regents Park Rose Gardens in Snow 2010' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.

The Rose Gardens are one of the best known parts of Regents Park in London. Over 400 different varieties of roses grow here in separate and mixed beds. In the summer months this amounts to some 30,000 rose plants in bloom.

In winter time it is a very different scene, and after snow the Rose Gardens look magical for a different reason, as snow covers the pruned roses and lies over the tresses and benches. The Rose Gardens are just one part of the Queen Mary Gardens, often called the Inner Circle by locals.

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE

Tube: Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan lines), Great Portland Street (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan lines), Regents Park (Bakerloo line)



USER COMMENTS
isabel Marques - 8 Jan, 2010 07:17
Hi Peter, Lovely panorama and place with much snow in London!!! I like it very much!!! Greetings, Isabel

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