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Tags:   Vorden Nederland

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The Milton Keynes Rose is a new and spectacular public place in Central Milton Keynes, which is available to everyone for celebration, commemoration and contemplation.
Designed by internationally renowned artist Gordon Young, The Milton Keynes Rose is a vast and impressive open-air circle with markings based on the mathematical beauty of a flower. 106 granite pillars of varying heights emerge from the surface, many of which are inscribed with dates of events that have local, national or international significance. The Milton Keynes Rose provides a place where citizens and visitors can gather to mark national, local or personal occasions, be they historical, in joy or in remembrance. It is a place where hundreds can gather to mark Armistice Day or one person can remember another in a personal moment. It is not a sombre place, but a place of coming together and celebration.

Tags:   Milton Keynes Rose Campbell Park Milton Keynes England UK Europe Circle Rose Calendar Posts Messages Contemplation Meeting Place Signs flickrTravelAward

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Light Pyramid (The Beacon) by Liliane Lijn (2012)

Commissioned in 2012 as part of the Campbell Park Art Plan to replace the original basket beacon, which was situated on the belvedere but hit by lightning in 2002 and as a result had to be removed. The Light Pyramid was first lit for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on 4th June 2012 and is still lit to commemorate special local and national events. Made of steel and painted white the Light Pyramid overlooks great views of North East Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire.

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Mausolée de Kobo Daishi ou Kukai (774-835): fondateur de l'école bouddhiste Shingon, décédé au Koyasan.
Juste derrière le Hall des Lampes se trouve le Gobyo ou Mausolée, "site de la méditation éternelle"


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