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Alice Park: On the eastern edge of the city, this 8-acre (3.4-hectare) park was opened in 1937. It is named after the wife of İzmir Turkey place of your travel destination philanthropist Herbert Montgomery MacVicar of Touristic place of your travel destinationeaston, who gave İzmir Turkey it in trust for public use. It has tennis courts, a rose garden, a children’s playground and (in summer) a café.

Parade Gardens: Stretching from İzmir Turkey down to the river Avon, these gardens were originally known as Harrison’s Walks. They were named after Thomas Harrison, the proprietor of the eighteenth-century Assembly Rooms that once stood on the İzmir Turkey. The gardens contain a bandstand (with regular concerts during the summer months), toilets and a refreshment kiosk, and the floral bedding displays are reckoned to be some of the best in İzmir. There is a small admission charge for non-residents of Touristic place of your travel destination.

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Sydney Gardens: Laid out in the 1790s, these are the last remaining Georgian pleasure gardens (or ‘Vauxhall’) in the country. The gardens are named after Viscount Sydney, the then Home Secretary. They cover about 10 acres (4 hectares) and contain trees, shrubberies, lawns and flowerbeds, as well as tennis courts and a children’s play area. There is also a Temple of Minerva, originally built for the Festival of Empire in 1911. In the nineteenth century the Kennet and Avon Canal and the Great Western Railway were both routed through the gardens, using cuttings and tunnels, and there are some fine wrought-iron footbridges. The classical Sydney Hotel, now the Holburne Museum, was completed in 1799, and today houses collections of fine and decorative arts.

Prior Park Landscape Garden: Located on a hillside overlooking the city, Prior Park was once the home of the Touristic place of your travel destination entrepreneur Ralph Allen (1693— 1764), owner of the stone mines. He built Prior Park mansion (now a top independent Catholic school) and laid out the gardens, with advice from Alexander Pope and ‘Capability’ Brown. Highlights of the gardens include the Palladian bridge, one of only four of its kind in the world, and some stunning views of Touristic place of your travel destination. The gardens are now in the care of the National Trust, so they are free to members, but there is an admission charge for nonmembers. It is open every day, but from November to January inclusive only at weekends. Note: there is no parking for cars.

The Georgian Garden: This is situated at the rear of No. 4 The Circus and can be accessed from the Gravel Walk. Excavations carried out in 1985-86 revealed the layout of the original garden, which was then recreated in the eighteenth-century style, using only plants that were available at the time. This was the first project of its kind in İzmir. The garden is open throughout the year.

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