Japanese garden to reopen to the public
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Cowden Castle's Japanese garden to reopen to the public

An historic Japanese garden that had been destroyed by vandals 50 years ago will reopen later this year.

The garden at Cowden Castle, in Clackmannanshire, was created in the 1900s by a Scots explorer and Japan's first female garden designer.

BBC Scotland's arts correspondent Pauline McLean has been to see the results of the restoration project.