Photos of Stowe Landscape Gardens

Photos of Stowe Landscape Gardens, near Buckingham, Buckinghamshire. Stowe is a superb garden set around a stately home. The list of people involved in Stowe's creation reads like a who's who of 18th century English architecture and landscape garden design, from Capability Brown and William Kent to John Vanbrugh and Charles Bridgman. The result is a superb example of that very English phenomenon, the landscape garden, eeplete with classical temples and statuary.

Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Landscape Garden
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Landscape Garden
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Garden
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Garden
Classical columns of the Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Landscape Garden
Classical columns of the Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Landscape Garden
Stowe Landscape Garden, Temple of Concord and Victory
Stowe Landscape Garden, Temple of Concord and Victory
Stowe Landscape Garden, Temple of Concord and Victory column capital
Stowe Landscape Garden, Temple of Concord and Victory column capital
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Landscape Garden, roof detail
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Landscape Garden, roof detail
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Gardens, Buckinghamshire
Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Gardens, Buckinghamshire
Stowe Landscape Garden, Lord Cobham's Pillar
Stowe Landscape Garden, Lord Cobham's Pillar
Queen's Temple, Stowe Landscape Garden
Queen's Temple, Stowe Landscape Garden
Queen's Temple Portico, Stowe Gardens
Queen's Temple Portico, Stowe Gardens
Classical urn, Queen's Temple, Stowe Landscape Garden
Classical urn, Queen's Temple, Stowe Landscape Garden
Lord Cobham's Pillar, Stowe Landscape Garden
Lord Cobham's Pillar, Stowe Landscape Garden

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