Water WTR-2Bxi | STOWE
Originally an early-Baroque garden, Stowe’s evolution into one of the finest English Landscape Gardens took place in the first half of the 18th century. It was the work of a succession of famous garden designers including Charles Bridgeman, William Kent and Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. The gardens encompass lakes, pools, rivers and over 30 neoclassical and Palladian structures. One of the most famous of these is James’ Gibbs’ Palladian Bridge, which arches across the Octagon Lake. Solve the jigsaw puzzle to see what the lake and Palladian bridge at Stowe look like.