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Royal parks

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  • 1. Royal Parks of London Prepared by Ann Vorobjeva Form 6 “A”
  • 2. The Royal Parks of London were used by the royal family for the recreation, mostly hunting
  • 3. There are today eight royal parks in London. They are * Bushy Park * The Green Park * Greenwich Park * Hyde Park * Kensington Gardens * The Regent's Park * Richmond Park * St. James's Park
  • 4. Bushy Park Bushy Park is the second largest of the Royal Parks of London. It is in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in south-west London and most of it is open to the public
  • 5. Bushy Park Dukes Head walk in Winter
  • 6. Bushy Park One of the park's deer
  • 7. Green park
  • 8. Green park
  • 9. Green park
  • 10. Green park
  • 11. Greenwich park Greenwich Park is a former hunting park in Greenwich and one of the largest single green spaces in south east London.
  • 12. Greenwich park
  • 13. Greenwich park
  • 14. Greenwich park
  • 15. Greenwich park
  • 16. Hyde park Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers' Corner
  • 17. Hyde park
  • 18. Hyde park A Speakers' Corner is an area where public speaking is allowed. The Upside-down Tree
  • 19. Hyde park Holocaust Memorial
  • 20. Hyde park Ferris Wheel at the Christmas Market, November 2008
  • 21. Hyde park The main Live 8 concert in Hyde Park on 2 July 2005
  • 22. Hyde park An aerial view of the park
  • 23. Kensington gardens
    • Kensington Gardens
    • is one of the
    • Royal Parks
    • of London, lying
    • immediately
    • to the west
    • of Hyde Park.
  • 24. Kensington gardens
  • 25. Kensington gardens
  • 26. Kensington gardens
  • 27. Kensington gardens Statue t o Peter Pan The Albert Memorial
  • 28. Regent’s park
  • 29. Regent’s park The north-east end of the park contains London Zoo
  • 30. Regent’s park
  • 31. Regent’s park
  • 32. Richmond Park is a park within London. It is almost three times as large as New York City's Central Park. It is the largest royal park
  • 33. Deer in Richmond Park
  • 34. St. James's Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks of London
  • 35. St. James's Park
  • 36. St. James's Park
  • 37. St. James's Park
  • 38. St. James's Park