Lost Gardens of Heligan Cornwall aerial photograph
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aerial photograph of the Jungle at the Lost Gardens of Heligan Cornwall England UK. The Lost Gardens of Heligan were created between the 18th and early 20th centuries by the Tremayne family. The gardens were largely abandoned after World War One and then rediscovered and restored just before the turn of the millennium. The Gardens are now one of Cornwall's top tourist destinations and one of the Uk's leading botanical collections. The photo shows the area known as The Jungle which contains exotic species and the only outdoor jungle in the UK. The Jungle also contains a rope bridge which can be seen in the upper right of the photograph.
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