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Winter garden

A large greenhouse, such as a courtyard with a glazed roof, for the permanent display of plants; often includes paved paths, fountains and sculptures.

Winter Garden

a famous old theater in New York City. [Am. Hist.: Payton, 738]
See: Theater
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Ukip leader Nigel Farage delivers a speech during the party's spring conference at the Winter Gardens in Margate
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Two of Blackpool's iconic landmarks, Blackpool Tower and the Winter Gardens complex, are to be redeveloped.
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The building includes winter gardens, waterless urinals and environmentally preferable materials.
One thing that made such winter gardens so fashionable was the Industrial Revolution.