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Sefton Park (Liverpool)

Sefton Park is a fine public park in Liverpool.

Covering 108 hectares, Sefton Park was designed in 1867, and was the first public park to introduce the French influence to the design of parks, through the work of designer Edouard Andre, who had worked on the design of major parks in Paris.

It is Grade II* registered, and contains several listed statues.

The Palm House, which is itself Grade II* listed, was built by Mackenzie and Moncur in1896, and is an octagonal iron framed glasshouse. It appears as three domed roofs, one above the other.

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