Fri 1 May 2009, The Guardian

Kenilworth Castle garden reopens

By Maev Kennedy
A garden built to woo Elizabeth I by her much gossiped about favourite, Robert Dudley, reopens to the public this weekend. Neither the queen nor the modern visitor could mistake his intentions: the acre of intricately patterned flower beds is laid out around a towering phallic symbol - a white marble fountain more than five metres tall and climaxing in a globe.
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