The Strength Gardens are urban gardens surrounding the Abigail Johnson Theater in the East End of Long Road, Noble City. The gardens were designed together with the theater by the Australian architect Joseph Reed, and were finished in 1884, at that time situated within the Trading Quarter. They were renewed and re-established in 2008. The Strength Gardens are known for their majestic and fine design and their colorful flower fields.
The original gardens were just called the Theater Gardens or the Abigail Johnson Gardens, but after the renewings of 2008 they were renamed Strength Gardens. It is not known why exactly, but most think it stands for the strength of the Lovians when cooperating.
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|Geography, nature and neighborhoods of Noble City|
|Geography and nature: Abraham Lincoln Park - Beach Gardens - Botanica - Congress Field - Long Road Cemetery - Long Walk Memorial - Mandarin Park - Noble Beach - Noble City Bay - November Beach - Painters Hill - Prince's Park - Princess' Park - Royal Gardens - Sand Garden - Strength Gardens - Thomas Jefferson Park - Upper Embankment - Urban Garden - Woodstock Forest - Yorkshire Park|
|Neighborhoods: Artista - Bayside - Citizen Corner - Downtown - Industrial Park - King's Gardens - Little Europe - Little Frisco - Long Road - Mandarin Village - New Town - Old Harbor - The Mall - Trading Quarter - Transcity - neighborhood symbols|
|See also: Monuments, politics, transportation, hotels, restaurants and apartment buildings of Noble City.|