It turned out to be a swamp, silted up by floods that flooded Tyburn during the flood season. In 603, James I was crowned. He ordered people to drain water from marshes, build forest gardens, keep tropical animals such as camels, crocodiles and elephants, and build bird cages in the south to keep exotic rare birds. To the west is Buckingham Palace, to the north is St. James s Palace, to the East is Horse Guards, and to the south is Birdcage Walk. There are one lake and two islands in the park. They are St. James Park Lake, Duck Island and West Island. There is a small bridge on the lake. The Buckingham Palace surrounded by forest springs is visible to the West and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Building is visible to the east. From east to west, St. James Park, Green Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Garden continue to form a chain of large forest gardens in central London. Various kinds of herbal crabapples are planted in the park. Among the cherry blossoms, peach blossoms and crabapple blossoms in early spring, I personally like the woody crabapple blossoms best, and have always regarded the woody crabapple as the most representative of China. Seeing this European-style herbal crabapple, I was fascinated by its beautiful and huge flowers, and really liked it. Blue morning glory with morning dew wrapped around the iron fence. The Lake in the middle of the park is called Swan Lake. Several tourists were feeding pigeons by the lake, and we poured out biscuit crumbs.
At noon, I sat on a bench in St James'Park and had a lunch lunch. The sun was shining and warm. Swan ducks were swimming, pigeons were resting on the grass, and squirrels were skipping around with their fluffy tails. I wanted to sleep on the green grass covered with yellow leaves. I like this park very much. It's ecologically harmonious. It is found that the British way of traveling is to pass without looking at the car, basically without looking at the traffic lights, and it is our Asian face that obeys the rules.
This place is so interesting that I didn't expect the most interesting place in London to be here. Not far from Buckingham Palace is St. James Park. The environment of the park is very beautiful. There is a big lake. There are swans and ducks on the lake. These animals are not afraid of people at all. There are plenty of fat squirrels in the woods on both sides, who are not afraid of people, and many people feed them with peanuts. There are many squirrels and pigeons. Squirrels climb up along people's legs and eat peanuts. It's very interesting. Animals and people are so harmonious.
St James's Park in London, also known as Royal Deer Hunt, was once a British royal hunting ground, but now it has become a picturesque public park. The park has a large area, and the natural ecology is well preserved. It has a large area of forests and lakes, where many wildlife live. Especially in the hot summer, it's very cool to visit the park. It's worth visiting.
St. James's Park is an ancient park adjacent to Buckingham Palace and St. James Palace. It was once the deer park of the earliest King Henry VIII. In the 17th century, Charles II hired French landscape architects to redesign the landscape. In the early 19th century, it was further beautified with the permission of famous British architects. Now it has become the most beautiful park in central London. It is the best place for Londoners and tourists to have a rest and relaxation. People who bask in the sun, walk and have picnics can be seen everywhere. Long pools in the center of the park gather wild ducks of different colors and sizes, so St. James Park is also known as a duck park. From the bridge of St. James Park, you can see the beautiful view of Buckingham Palace across the lake. Especially at night, the night view of Buckingham Palace lighting is more charming.
In London, England, St. James Park is next to Buckingham Palace. There are many small animals in the park, such as wild ducks, swans, squirrels, pigeons, geese and so on. They are not afraid to see people. If you take the food in the clinker bag, they will come and eat it immediately.
It's really a quiet place in the middle of a bustle. London's paradise is just a few steps from such crowded places as Big Ben and Westminster Abbey Capitol to the park. One of the Royal gardens, which has a surprisingly good ecology, is home to dozens of waterfowls on the small lake. The greenbelt beside it is full of squirrels and rabbits. They are not afraid of tourists, and they will also display various poses for tourists to photograph. It's really cute! The park is free, but the toilet inside is 30p for one person.
Lakes, squirrels, ducks, swans, pigeons can interact with you very well! Fountain grassland, very beautiful! Suggest a good day to play
St. James Park (St. James s Park), a landscape built on marshland. First owned by archbishops of all dynasties, and then by the Royal family. Today, most of the Royal Park is open to the public for free. It is the green lung of London and a good place for tourists to rest and recuperate. One day in early summer, the park was full of trees, flowers and swans swimming in the lake. A little squirrel looked eastward and westward with clever eyes, jumping from time to time among tourists. Suddenly, it was discovered by a girl in a sky-blue school uniform. The girl approached it gently and tried not to disturb it. The little fellow slowly climbed up the back of the chair, and the girl's kind eyes calmed it down. Then the girl took her Coke cup and let it drink. The squirrel first licked it gently, "No problem" and then boldly sucked it up. What a touching scene. Man and nature, with the small animals in the world, with the surrounding environment, could have been so harmonious.