East Garden

East Garden may refer to:

  • A former name of the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden at the White House in Washington, D.C., USA, originally known as the Colonial Garden
  • The eastern section of Yu Garden's Inner Garden in Shanghai, China, originally known as the Ling Yuan

Other articles related to "garden, east, east garden":

Retreat & Reflection Garden - Design
... The 6,600 square metres (71,000 sq ft) garden is divided into an eastern residential area, a western main garden court with two minor courtyards attached to it ... The design of this garden is innovative in that is uses an east west axis as the main axis as opposed to the traditional north south axis ... This part of the garden is named "The Garden Floating on Water." Garden Design Elements with Description East Garden Gathering Beauty Tower A tower attached ...
East Garden City, New York
... East Garden City is a census-designated place (CDP) in the northeast part of the Town of Hempstead, in the central part of Nassau County, New York, along the Hempstead/North ... East Garden City is a hamlet (an unincorporated area) and a mostly commercial and industrial area ...
Tokyo Imperial Palace - East Garden - Suwa No Chaya
... The Suwa no Chaya is a teahouse that was located in the Fukiage Garden during the Edo period ... the present location with the construction of the East Garden ...
Lingering Garden - History
... Lingering Garden is located outside the Changmen gate (阊门) of Suzhou, Jiangsu province ... (周时臣) designed and built the East Garden (东园) as it was initially called ... The East Garden became famous in its day when the magistrates of Wu and Changzhou County both praised the design of Shi Ping Peak, a rockery constructed to resemble Tiantai Mountain in Putao ...

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