Sandford Fleming Park

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Sir Sandford Fleming Park
... Sir Sandford Fleming Park, known locally as The Dingle Park (He called it the "Dingle", meaning 'wooded valley'), is a 95-acre (38 ha) urban park located in the Halifax Regional Municipality in the ... Sidney Perry Dumaresq (architect), The Memorial Tower (Dingle Tower) (1910–12) in Sir Sandford Fleming Park stands out as a rare form of architectural expression in this period ...

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