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Regent’s Park, London

The Hottest Day this Summer in London at Regent’s Park

Regent's Park, London

Yesterday, I decided to go to Regent’s Park in London. It just happened to be probably the hottest day of the year. It was 95°F. With all the Covid-19 related closures it was nice to see that the park was kept up with fresh bedding plants and the gardeners going around looking after the plants. Regent’s Park, London The best place in Regent’s Park for flowers is probably the English ...

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Regent’s Park in London

Regent's Park, London

One of the Royal Parks in London, Regent’s Park covers 197 hectares. It was part of Henry VIII’s royal chase. This originally was part of a vast forest and known as Marylebone Park. In fact, King Henry VIII seized the park in 1538 from the owner of Abbess of Barking. Prince Regent (later King George IV) asked John Nash to develop it. The design of it is round with a ...

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Regent’s Park in Spring

Regent's Park London

Regent’s Park in London was designed by John Nash (18 January 1752 – 13 May 1835) who is also the architect for Brighton’s Royal Pavilion and Buckingham Palace. Regent’s Park spans 395 acres and includes the Queen Mary’s Garden, the London Zoo, large sports facilities, and an open-air theatre. It was called Marylebone Park and was appropriated as royal chase grounds by Henry VIII until 1646. Queen Mary’s Garden was ...

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