Return to Eden

25th August 2000 at 01:00
Return to Eden: photography students from St Austell College record the development of the Eden Project in a former south Cornwall china clay pit, where the world's largest geodesc domes or "biomes" are being built to serve as giant conservatories to house exotic plants from across the world in specially designed climate-controlled environments.

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