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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, was born in Edinburgh and is said to have modelled the famous detective on Professor Joseph Bell, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, who used remarkable powers of observation in his diagnosis.

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Butchart Gardens, Victoria, B.C. It was once a quarry, now it's fifty-five acres of stunning floral show gardens and a National Historic Site of Canada.- I loved visiting here!!

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Station on the London Underground. The random thing that always trikes me about Underground platforms is you can arrive on it and it will be empty, and within a few seconds be teeming with life

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Arthur W. Plaisted was a prolific architect during the inter-war years, designing residential properties, shops, offices, garages and churches in a variety of styles. Park Towers, built in 1938, a three storey block of 18 apartments in Adams Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, is one of his most significant works - Adrian Yekkes: Australian Art Deco - treasures in Melbourne's suburbs

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