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МОУ Юрцовская средняя общеобразовательная школаЕгорьевский район Московская областьLondon parksУчитель английского языкаКлимоноваОльга Борисовна
London is proud of its many green and open spaces, where the English countryside comes to the centre of the city. Most of them were once royal gardens, but today they’re here for everyone to enjoy.
St James’s Park, near Buckingham Palace, is London’s oldest. Inside the park you can see St James’s Palace. St James’s Park is a good spot to watch the royal ceremonies.In St James’s Park you can feed the swans, pelicans, geese, ducks and other water birds that live near the lake. The park’s squirrels are also friendly little fellows.St James’s Park
Green ParkGreen Park in London is situated next to St James’s Park but is much smaller in size. This peaceful park is a place to escape the noise of the city.Green Park is famous for its tree-lined alleys.
Regent’s ParkIt also has a heronry and a collection of swans, ducks and geese. You can play golf and tennis, try out the playgrounds, listen to music from the bandstand or visit the Open Air Theatre. Regent’s Park is also the home of London Zoo.One of the best times to visit Regent’s Park is in the spring. At this time of the year, Regent’s Park is a beautiful place of blossom and flowers. It’s perhaps London’s most elegant park, with its attractive gardens and lakes.
Hyde ParkHyde Park is the most famous of London parks. It was once part of a wild and ancient forest, with wolves and wild bulls. Henry VIII used to hunt there. There is a beautiful lake in Hyde Park called the Serpentine.People can also go horse riding in Hyde Park. Every weekend afternoon some people speak in the Speaker’s Corner. You can also see the royal cavalry on their way to their guard duties.
Kensington GardensOnce part of Hyde Park, this pretty park is where you’ll find the Albert Memorial, which Queen Victoria built in memory of her husband, the Peter Pan statue and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground with pirate ships, wigwams and totem poles. Kensington Gardens were created for William III, who lived at Kensington Palace.
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