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London's Best Parks

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London has hundreds of parks, they have figured in literature, and are a high point when it comes to tourism, here are some of the best

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Hyde park Report Abuse
Dickens describe it as the park per excellence it feature in lots of his novels and is in the heart of London. possibly the best known of all the London's park
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Greenwich Park Report Abuse
One of the largest of the Royal Park, this park also has the observatory where GMT starts, equipped with a pond and many other features such as a children garden it is most popular with local and tourist alike
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Green Park Report Abuse
This park is in the center of London and adds to the oasis of peace and tranquility in the middle of a very busy city
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Wimbledon park Report Abuse
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London fields park Report Abuse
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Clissold Park Report Abuse
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Itchy Coo Park Report Abuse
its real name in little Elford park, it is in the East of London and was renamed by the local kids Itchy Coo because of the large number of nettles that used to grow in this cute little park
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Battesea Park Report Abuse
A rather large park which has one unique selling point it is one of the only two parks in London which incloses the river Thames.
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Kensington gardens Report Abuse
these are the gardens at the front of Kensington palace which became Princess' Diana last residence after her divorce, in the early 2000 a momument in the shape of an oblong circle fountain was erected
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