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Greenwich Park, Greenwich

Type of open space: Park

Ward: Greenwich West

London Borough: Greenwich Borough Council

County: Greater London

Country: England

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A Royal park with its origins in the 15th century and formally laid out in the 1660s. At least part of the mid 17th century restoration scheme was associated with the French designer Andre le Nôtre. Home of the Royal Observatory from 1676 to 1953 the park, along with neighbouring properties and part of the town centre, is included on UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites.

Features

  • Terraced walk
  • Building
  • Gate
  • Gate lodge
  • Building
  • Terrace
  • Planting
  • Lake
  • War memorial
  • Rose garden
  • Shrubbery
  • Boundary wall
  • Avenue
  • Statue
  • Entrance
  • Railings
  • Earthwork
  • Path
  • Avenue
  • Tea house
  • Bandstand
  • Temple
  • Garden feature
  • Pavilion
  • Pool
  • Religious, ritual and funerary features
  • Sculpture
  • Conduit

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