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Cavill Gardens, Inverness
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Cavill Gardens, Inverness

Date is a guess.
Picture added on 21 March 2005
Don't mean to be picky but was it not Cavell Gardens named for the World War 1 nurse Edith Cavell executed for helping soldiers to escape from Brussells? It is in lovely red sandstone and still the focus for parades on Armistice Day etc.
Added by Frances Macleod on 25 July 2007
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