Kensington Gardens is often thought to be a part of Hyde Park. This technicality comes from a sixteenth century decree that the parks were to be separate in name. The parks hold great significance in British history, as they were the location of multiple important protests and the famed Great Exhibition of 1851, a major turning point during the industrial revolution.
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Kensington Gardens is one of eight royal parks in London located east of Kensington Palace and directly adjacent to the west bank of Hyde Park. The park covers an area of 111 hectares.
Tourist attractions in London Kensington Gardens are Kensington Palace palace gardens taken from the western Hyde Park area. The park was first expanded by Queen Anne by taking 13.9 hectares from Hyde Park and then expanded again 10 times by Queen Caroline.
The park is popular as a park for sunbathing and picnics on sunny days. The garden path is used for jogging, running, and even cycling with special routes. Visitors can choose the Kensington Gardens garden path as a healthy, fresh air and calm walking route when going to or from work.
In addition to the green garden area and comfortable garden paths, Kensington Gardens has many other features that attract visitors. Italian Garden, one of the many attractions at Kensington Gardens
Opening hours of tourist attractions at London Kensington Garden are 06.00 – 18.30 and there is no admission ticket. #london
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Kensington Gardens is the royal garden of England. It was once the private garden of Kensington Palace and is now connected to the public with the connected Hyde Park. open.
This is really where the royal family lived. The four kings of William III to George II lived here, Victoria was born here, and then until the present, Princess Diana and William Kate are both Position your own bedroom here!
Tianhai Youxi has a special introduction to Kensington Gardens in the London article "Magic. Wang Hao. Women in the English Land". Many historical origins are very interesting!
The most inconspicuous sinking garden also has its own story:
walking along the orange garden, and soon came to this small fountain garden, if not in the Tianhai "London" The introduction, I dont know that this attraction called Sinking Garden was originally built by Queen Mary for her husband, the first royal garden in the UK!
The administrator in the film tells the Queen about the deep friendship of the garden...
This garden is carefully cared for by the administrators, all year round. There are flowers bloom, there are forget-me-nots and tulips in the spring, we see this verbena and lavender in the summer!
The magic is that these flowers are in full bloom at the same height, showing that the Queens pursuit of beauty at the time has done a good job!