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TEMPLE OF CONCORD

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A late 18th century garden temple and eye-catcher situated within the eastern part of Audley Park. It was built for Sir John Griffin Griffin in 1790-1791 to celebrate King George III's first recovery from insanity. A Ha-ha ring completely surrounds the building, which was designed as a ruined Corinthian temple and is constructed of brick, clunch and terracotta.

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