A Year in Pictures – Circle of Lebanon

Circle of Lebanon
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This is one of the more famous bits of Highgate: the “Circle of Lebanon,” so named for the Cedar of Lebanon that stands atop the central part. It’s at the upper end of the “Egyptian Avenue,” and together those two areas form a rather spectacular display of Victorian funerary extravagance.

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