We started our journey in search of John Ruskin, who use to live in the camdem area of the Brunswick area he was the one defending lawyer of caroline Brunswick on her adultery charge in 1820. We stumbled across the Brunswick place gardens in search of the ginkgo tree.
I come to find out that they also had the copper tree which was very beautiful to stand underneath as I stood underneath it I felt the energy was very rejuvenating.
The Brunswick copper tree they call it because the leafs look like copper and they are spread out over the path.
Other plants and trees surround the park including the ones below.
Some of the most legendary figures live in the borough of Camden with the likes of John Rusking.
Brunswick Square Gardens is a public square and gardens in the Bloomsbury area of London. It’s close to a few attractions such as Russell Square, Coram Fields, The Foundling Museum and The British Museum. Opposite is the Brunswick Shopping Centre.
The Foundling Museum opened in 2004. The building at 40 Brunswick Square was constructed in the 1930s on the site of the Foundling Hospital, and incorporates many architectural features from the original eighteenth-century building.