The youngest of London's great parks, Regent's Park was laid out in 1812 by John Nash, who worked for his patron, the Prince Regent, who was crowned George IV in 1820. The idea was to re-create the feel of a grand country residence close to the center of town, with all those magnificent white-stucco terraces facing in on the park.
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Garden State Park is a former thoroughbred race track at Cherry Hill, Camden County, New Jersey. The Park is now the site of a high-end 'mixed use' town center development of stores, restaurants, apartments, townhouses, and condominiums. Garden State Park's 600 acre (≈1 square mile) land area is roughly bounded by New Jersey State Route 70, Haddonfield Road, Chapel Avenue, and New Jersey ...
A private airstrip prior to World War II, the Camden airfield hosted Nos 4, 15, 21, 32 and 78 Squadrons at various stages during the war, in addition to the Central Flying School between 1940 and 1942, and a British transport unit, RAF No 243 Squadron, during the latter part of World War II. By 1946, the airfield had been returned to its civil status.
A former railway engine shed, opened as a rock venue in 1966 with a gig by Pink Floyd & Soft Machine. Venue for the first "Greaser Truckers Party" and a pivotal site in the London underground/psychedelic music scene until 1976. Now home to various mainstream arts/entertainment organisations.
Paultons Park is a family theme park situated in the village of Ower, near Romsey in Hampshire, England. The name is derived from the former Paultons Estate, on which the Park is situated. There has been a large investment over the last few years, which has seen the park transformed from a small local park to a major attraction aimed at family audiences. Originally the park was a country park a...
Jingshan Park is a public park located immediately north of the Forbidden City. The artificial hill of the park was constructed entirely from the soil excavated in forming the moats of the Imperial Palace and nearby canals.
Located on the danish island Lolland is the biggest in northern Europe, more than 4 mio m2.
It was established in the 1950th. as a closed animal park for 70 Sika deers. 1969 Count Adam W. Knuth by a coinsidence got an offer of having wild animals in his park. At first he said no because it would be too expensive to make but as a animal trader in 1970 placed some wild animals in the park ...
This is Tower Park, Boutnemouth, UK The water park is called Splashdown. There are only water slides there - no swimming pools! - great fun though! especially the screamer! (smallest slide on the SE tower - its almost vertical!)
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