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This enclosed Italian garden with a lily pool is part of the Parkwood Estate, which was the home of Samuel McLaughlin (founder of General Motors of Canada) from 1917 to 1972. In 1989, the 'Parkwood Estate' was officially designated a National Historic Site of Canada and now open to visitors year-round. This is just one of the many gardens on the 4.8 hectares of elaborately designed grounds. I posted closeups of the two nice sculptures along the back wall of the garden and one of flower beds into the Workshop

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