Green Park at dusk, London
Bounded by Buckingham Palace to the south and Piccadilly to the north, an exit from Green Park tube station unusuallyleads directly into the park.
It's one of the quieter London parks, popular with workers at lunch time and sun bathers in summer.
The area was enclosed by Henry VIII, made into a Royal Park by Charles II in 1667 (he liked to walk his spaniels from St James's Palace to Hyde Park Corner and back).
The park was the venue for several early balloon ascents and firework displays, which inspired Handel to compose his 'Music for the Royal Fireworks'.
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