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A stroll in The Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK

Queen’s College is part of the University of Cambridge. Margaret of Anjou(1430-1482), then queen of England, founded this college in 1448. The grove is north of the former Fellow’s Garden on the west side of the river Cam.

Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK

It is a woodland garden. The paths and the landscape are the same as it was in 1750 and dates to when the famous mathematical bridge was built. The bridge connected the Cloisters to the Stable. The bridge was later modified and placed on steel piles. There is a walk along the river as well as a path into the trees. On this spring day, the tulips and daffodils added a certain charm to this garden.

Spring flowers The Grove at Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
Spring flowers at The Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
The Grove at Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
The Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
Blue bells at The Grove at Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
Hyacinthoides or Bluebells at The Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
New student residence next to the Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
View from the Grove at Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
View from the Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
Mathematical Bridge, Queen's College
Mathematical Bridge at The Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
The Grove at Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK
Queen's College in Cambridge, UK
Queen’s College in Cambridge, UK

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I am a flower enthusiast and a gardener at heart. Ever since childhood I loved reading about plants and started gardening at an early age. First by helping my father in the garden and later managing a large garden myself in my teen years. I planted and cared for a large number of plants, flowers, and trees both outdoors and in a greenhouse. To this day I enjoy visiting gardens and parks and learning about new and old specimens and varieties of plants.

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