ranelagh gardens

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Ranelagh Gardens (ˈrænɪlə)
pl n
Also called: Ranelagh a public garden in Chelsea opened in 1742: a centre for members of fashionable society to meet and promenade. The gardens were closed in 1804
[named after the Earl of Ranelagh, in whose grounds they were sited]

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