Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, London
The border between Hyde Park and Kensington Park is vague, but the characters of the parks are quite diffferent. Kensington Gardens was once part of Hyde Park, until William IV enclosed it to become the gardens for Kensington Palace to the west. The Gardens are more orderly and formal than Hyde Park, with a sunken garden and a rectangular pond by the palace. By Long Water is a statue of Peter Pan, whose author, JM Barrie, donated the children's swings nearby.

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