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Cement was a popular building material in Kandos in the past.  And the cement works are still an important industry in the town.  The town is attractive and quite vibrant with a population of around 1,500 people.

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  1. I love pretty little pavilions like this one. Julie's recent post about enormous gardens reminded me that when you have a lot of land, this sort of thing becomes a reasonable, magical possibility.

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  2. It appears to be a nice little town with a picturesque park.

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  3. I really like the use of cement here, it's a lovely structure kind of similar to those we find in India.

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