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Italian Garden - Albert Italian Garden

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W2, Kensisngton Gardens

Our photo shows the south-west corner of the garden presided over by Victoria. Albert watches over the south-east corner. Each profile is wreathed in laurels and surmounted with a crown. This lovely garden, like many Victorian creations, Prince Albert's idea, was designed by Sir James Pennethorne. The pumphouse/shelter, at the northern end was designed by Sir Charles Barry and Robert Banks.

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Prince Albert

Born Schloss Rosenau, Coburg, Germany, as Albert Francis Augustus Charles Ema...

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John Thomas

Born Gloucestershire.  A prolific Victorian sculptor. The splendid Speel give...

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