Thesaurus Term/Concept: HA HA

Identifier 69023
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A dry ditch or sunken fence which divided the formal garden from the landscaped park without interrupting the view.

Broader Terms/Concepts (2)

Related Terms/Concepts (5)

Narrower Terms/Concepts (0)

Instances/Examples (11)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR9800 Alderwasley Deer Park, Alderwasley (Monument)
Monument Type MDR14972 Extensive medieval agricultural features and post-medieval landscaping, Oakes Park (Monument)
Monument Type MDR11718 Former gardens and parkland of Southgate House, Clowne (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4701 Former ha ha wall and ditch, Pleasure Ground Wood, Kedleston (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12721 Former parkland and gardens of Farnah Hall, Windley (Monument)
Monument Type MDR6111 Gardens and pleasure grounds, Hardwick Hall, Ault Hucknall (Site)
Monument Type MDR23132 Gate, Walls and Ha-ha, All Saints' Church Churchyard, Church Lane, Mackworth (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR23103 Ha-ha, Ditch and Bank, Chatsworth House, Chatsworth (Site)
Monument Type MDR6219 Possible ha-ha (site of), Brimington (Monument)
Monument Type MDR14676 South Terrace and Ha-Ha, Barlborough Hall Park (Monument)
Monument Type MDR10639 Stone-revetted ha ha, Heath Wood, Ingleby (Monument)