St Alphage Garden

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Photograph of St Alphage Garden from a raised position, taking in the Wall and extension.
St Alphage Garden

St Alphage Garden is an urban garden in the City of London, off London Wall.[1] It was converted from the former churchyard of St Alphage London Wall in 1872. The north edge of the garden is defined by a section of the ancient London Wall. A lowered, paved extension to the garden lies to the west, accessed by a gate and a flight of steps. Both sections of the garden hold flower beds and benches. The main garden is mostly grass, with a magnolia tree and an oak tree. The southern edge of the garden is defined by a beech hedge. On the other side of the Wall lies the private Salters' Garden.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "St Alphage Garden and St Alphage Extension Garden". London Parks and Gardens Trust. Retrieved 2010-11-24.

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Coordinates: 51°31′05″N 0°05′33″W / 51.5180°N 0.0926°W / 51.5180; -0.0926