London's Green Parks: Monkey Puzzle trees

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London's Green Parks

April 17, 2010

People think of London as a sprawling mass of concrete or lots of old ancient buildings with an untold history, but it is a lot more than that. Around London is the protected 'Green Belt' and in London itself there are many green spaces; from the giant Royal Parks, Botanic Gardens, privately owned parks to more modest parks, then the Victorian Parks, down to the much used Municipal\Council Parks; all beautiful and each one designed and kept for a different use and reason.

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Name: Charleen
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Apr 19, 2010 5:53 PM CST
How very interesting to have such a tree. It nearly looks prehistoric with itself. Was a very enjoyable bit of information. Thank you for the walk thru London.
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