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Opened in 1894, Roath park boasts what is probably the largest man-made lake within a city boundary.
It took seven years to transform the marshy bog-land into Roath Park, donated to the Cardiff Corporation by the Marquis of Bute
. There are rose and dahlia gardens, a sub-tropical greenhouse, and a playground to the left as you view this painting.
The lighthouse was erected in tribute to Captain Scott, who set sail on his voyage to the Antarctic from Cardiff.
The paintings of Swans below are those that were seen on the lake and some are in the painting above.