Once a marsh drained by King Henry VIII: St James’s Park, London, UK

Royal parks in London: “Please do not touch the pelicans”

London, UK, images; breathing spaces, green spaces, parks and gardens; royal parks; St James’s Park; once a marsh, it was drained by King Henry VIII and incorporated into his hunting grounds


A crocodile in St James’s Park?


St James’s Park: In 1749, George II’s firework display sent guests running for cover

“Lost telephone bill on the garden path” in London



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