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Hyde Park is one of the world's most famous parks, situated in the heart of central London. As well as being the largest park in London, it is a wonderful open space to relax favoured by tourists and Londoners alike. Covering just under 400 acres, Hyde Park is divided up into a series of sections ranging from the Serpentine to Kensington Gardens.
Hyde Park is the setting for many outdoor concerts during the summer months which have recently included the G8 Live Aid concert in 2005.
London is blessed with a series of royal parks, rare for a city of its size. Hyde Park is just one of many parks in and around London making this one of the greenest cities in the world.
Bird's Eye View of Hyde Park & Surrounding Area:
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