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English: 8 Ampton Road, Birmingham - Augurio Perera's house in Edgbaston, upon the croquet lawn of which he and Harry Gem invented the modern game of lawn tennis between 1859 and 1865. A blue plaque commemorating the event can be seen on the front of the building.
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