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Longwood Gardens

  • Aired: 06/29/2011
  • 02:30
  • Rating: NR
"Horticulture as art form; garden as theatre." Boasting more fountains than any garden in the Western Hemisphere, Longwood's history goes back to the eighteenth century. But it was Pierre Dupont in the early twentieth centrury who created the world-famouse garden we know today. We'll look inside a 10,000 pipe organ, and visit the outdoor theatre, which seats 1,500 people.
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