Garden at Dublin castle in Ireland

While simular to Europain gardens, Irish gardens usually have a slight twist, which makes them unique and especially attractive.  The garden at the Dublin Castle is a stronge example of this trait. As you can see, the flat lawn inside a low, circular, walled area is repeatedly bisected by narrow black swirls., much like a marbled cake. If you look closely, at the beginning of the swirl is a face much like a stylized snake.