Located in the heart of Sydney, Hyde Park was built in 1810 and is just a stone's throw from Saint Mary's Cathedral. The park is divided by Park Street into two, north and south. The south side comprises mainly of monuments such as the bronze statue of Captain Cook, while the north side features the Archibald Fountain as a centerpiece as well as beautiful boulevards. The fountain square is often filled with street performers and is an ideal spot for a leisurely stroll.
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Hyde Park is in the heart of Sydney. Located right in the middle of the road, a large rectangular green space between the high-rise buildings. In addition to the clean lawn, the towering trees for more than 100 years, there are many beautiful statues, fountains, ponds, etc. The environment is really calm and clean. It feels so good to be here. The park was opened to the public as early as 1810. Every holiday, there are many locals who come out for leisure and entertainment, and they are very popular. At the heart of the park is an Apollo fountain built according to Greek mythology, consisting of a group of bronze sculptures. The St. Mary's Basilica across the road is Australia's largest and oldest religious building, and the Gothic spires are particularly beautiful and spectacular.
Sydney Hyde Park is located on the east side of Sydney's city centre. It was originally built in 1810 and has a history of more than 200 years. There are large clean lawns and towering trees for more than 100 years. It is a good place for leisure here. The center of the
park is a uniquely designed fountain. He is composed of a group of bronze sculptures. In the middle is a teenager holding a guqin. There is a fan-shaped water spray on his back, and there are several sets of bronze sculptures in the pool. Couples in the background, taking a wedding photo.
Anyone who has been to London will be amazed at the number and size of London parks. Hyde Park is one of the most representative and famous parks. There are many big trees in the park and many little squirrels are active. They are not afraid of people. If you kneel down, it feels like you have the food to feed it. It will also run to you and even take food from your hands.
There is a famous "Speaker's Corner" in the park, also known as the "Freedom Forum." It is said that since the 19th century, every Sunday, someone will stand on the wooden box with soap and give a speech. The content of the speech is nothing but a violation of the British royal family and no personal attacks on anyone. There is a "democracy on the soapbox".
Jiuqu Lake divides Hyde Park into two parts, and this lake has become the most important part of Hyde Park. In this park where people and nature live in harmony, people can walk or sit or lie down. Sitting on a bench watching a novel, or just sunning and daze, feeding the birds by the lake, everything is so beautiful and quiet.