• Glenn Wilson
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    Bonnie Lee Black wrote: They’re romantic and nostalgic, both beautiful and functional. And you can find one in the center of almost every town or city’s central square here in Mexico.

    Known as a kiosko — or glorieta, mirador, or carpa — in Spanish, the gazebo is a charming focal point, a setting for weddings and concerts, a gathering spot, the heart of parks and gardens – not only here but worldwide.

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    The beautiful gazebo in SMA’s central Jardin yesterday

    In my research yesterday I learned that the oldest archaeological discoveries of gazebos date back 5,000 years to Ancient Egypt. The Egyptians believed their gardens were earthly paradises, and when they died their gardens and gazebos would follow them on their journey to heaven. ...

    Continue at The WOW Factor: Gazebos. More #WOWFactor.
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  • Bonnie Lee Black
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    Thank you, Glenn, for sharing this WOW post with your readership! -- Bonnie
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