Janet Francoeur original Dovecote at Tryon Palace
Dovecote at Tryon Palace  - Pollock St. - The gardens at Tryon Palace encompass more than 16 acres and were designed by noted landscape architect Morley Jeffers Williams in the 1950s. They represent the formal garden style of 18th-century Britain. The Dovecote was a place for pigeons to nest, they were a food source during time the Palace was built. 4 x 4" image, mat size 9 x 11
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