Garden of the Gods

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Garden of the Gods,

park, 770 acres (312 hectares), central Colo., near Colorado Springs; noted for its unusual, multicolored rock formations. Narrow-crested sandstone hills and ridges have been eroded into fascinating groups with such fanciful names as Kissing Camels. Gray Rock serves as a natural amphitheater.
References in classic literature ?
A Dutch Garden of God where He may walk in rectilinear
We snatch at the slowest fruit in the whole garden of God, which many summers and many winters must ripen.
Other resort facilities near Pikes Peak and the Garden of Gods, outside Colorado Springs, were similarly affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire.