The Landscape Guide

Green park, London SW1

The smallest of London's Royal Parks. It is a stately place with a fine central avenue and informal groups of trees amongst which the valley of the former Tyburn river can just be detected. The avenue centres on Sir Aston Webb's 1901 rond-point in fron of Buckingham Palace. Access from Picadilly, Green Park or Constitution Hill.

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