- Cowdray Park
Cowdray Park refers to
- Cowdray Park, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa
- Cowdray Park, West Sussex, a country house and polo park in England
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Cowdray Park, Gauteng — Cowdray Park is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 3. v · … Wikipedia
Cowdray Park, West Sussex — A picture of Cowdray Park published in 1880. Cowdray Park is a country house at the centre of the 16,500 acre (67 km2) Cowdray Estate in Midhurst, West Sussex. The park lies in the South Downs National Park. The estate belongs to Viscount… … Wikipedia
Cowdray — may refer to: Cowdray House, the ruins of one of England s great houses, outside the West Sussex town of Midhurst Cowdray Park, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa Cowdray Park, West Sussex, a country house at the centre of the 16,500 … Wikipedia
Cowdray House — Cowdray Ruins Cowdray House consists of the ruins of one of England s great Tudor houses, architecturally comparable to many of the great palaces and country houses of that time. It is situated just east of Midhurst, West Sussex standing on the… … Wikipedia
Craighall Park, Gauteng — Coordinates: 26°7′33″S 28°1′28″E / 26.12583°S 28.02444°E / 26.12583; 28.02444 Craighall Park is a suburb of … Wikipedia
Country Life Park, Gauteng — Country Life Park is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 3[dated info]. v … Wikipedia
Daniel Brink Park, Gauteng — Daniel Brink Park is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 3. v · … Wikipedia
Oerder Park, Gauteng — Oerder Park is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 3. v · … Wikipedia
Parham Park — is an Elizabethan house in Storrington, near Pulborough, West Sussex originally owned by the Monastery of Westminster and granted to Robert Palmer by King Henry VIII in 1540.The foundation stone was laid in 1577 by the two year old Thomas Palmer … Wikipedia
Polo im Vereinigten Königreich — Poloturnier in Cowdray Park Polo hat im Vereinigten Königreich eine lange Tradition und gehört neben Fußball und Cricket zu den populärsten Mannschaftssportarten. Veranstaltungen wie der „Cartier International Day“ im Juli ziehen bis zu 30.000… … Deutsch Wikipedia