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  1. Bridge‏‎ (62 links)
  2. Obelisk‏‎ (61 links)
  3. Piazza‏‎ (61 links)
  4. Vista‏‎ (61 links)
  5. Eminence‏‎ (60 links)
  6. Thicket‏‎ (58 links)
  7. William Hamilton‏‎ (58 links)
  8. Clump‏‎ (58 links)
  9. Arch‏‎ (57 links)
  10. Charles Willson Peale‏‎ (57 links)
  11. Vase‏‎ (56 links)
  12. Pavilion‏‎ (56 links)
  13. The Woodlands‏‎ (56 links)
  14. Meadow‏‎ (55 links)
  15. Conservatory‏‎ (54 links)
  16. Slope‏‎ (53 links)
  17. Column‏‎ (53 links)
  18. Canal‏‎ (52 links)
  19. Lake‏‎ (52 links)
  20. Landscape gardening‏‎ (51 links)
  21. Portico‏‎ (49 links)
  22. Mount‏‎ (49 links)
  23. Alexander Jackson Davis‏‎ (47 links)
  24. Plat‏‎ (47 links)
  25. Manasseh Cutler‏‎ (47 links)
  26. Basin‏‎ (46 links)
  27. Green‏‎ (45 links)
  28. Grotto‏‎ (45 links)
  29. Geometric style‏‎ (45 links)
  30. William Bartram‏‎ (45 links)
  31. Bernard M’Mahon‏‎ (44 links)
  32. Lemon Hill‏‎ (44 links)
  33. Cascade‏‎ (43 links)
  34. Ancient style‏‎ (43 links)
  35. Schuylkill River‏‎ (42 links)
  36. Labyrinth‏‎ (42 links)
  37. English style‏‎ (42 links)
  38. Bartram Botanic Garden and Nursery‏‎ (42 links)
  39. Chinese manner‏‎ (41 links)
  40. Pillar‏‎ (41 links)
  41. Belfield‏‎ (41 links)
  42. Pleasure garden‏‎ (41 links)
  43. Trellis‏‎ (40 links)
  44. Montgomery Place‏‎ (39 links)
  45. Mount Auburn Cemetery‏‎ (39 links)
  46. David Hosack‏‎ (39 links)
  47. Samuel Vaughan‏‎ (38 links)
  48. Common‏‎ (37 links)
  49. Public garden‏‎ (37 links)
  50. Modern style‏‎ (36 links)

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