Without doubt this is the strangest, and most unusual park I have ever been in. Its not particularly large, but it is fascinating, with the 'hard landscaping' entirely constructed of local stones, in patterns, swirls, circles etc.
It is noted as a local favorite place for wedding photographs, seemingly a tradition for couples to come to the park after the ceremony, and before the reception.
Much to hard to describe properly, but a sight not to be missed. Do not miss the little children's village, built by the local children when the park was being constructed, to keep them from getting under the feet of the construction crew, they were given their own little project.
Ladies, Do Not wear High Heels, the way in which the paths are made will almost guarantee you break them!
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