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St James's Park

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October 31, 2019
This is my favourite park in the world. Just in front of Buckingham palace
October 15, 2019
Beautiful park near the center of town and local attractions
October 01, 2019
St. James’ Park is conveniently located near Buckingham Palace, The Mall, St. James’s Palace, Horse Guards and the Birdcage Walk (some of which are in plain view when walking around the park). 20 mins away via tube.
July 15, 2019
Nice view over the Buckingham palace
June 27, 2019
Large pretty open park in the centre of London, close to many key attractions

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