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The eight Royal Parks have a huge variety of ancient and modern monuments.

Age   From fossilised trees in The Regent's Park formed about 150 million years ago to the 7/7 Memorial, unveiled in Hyde Park in 2009 in memory of the victims of the 7 July London bombings.
Style   From the grass-covered Anglo-Saxon burial mounds in Greenwich Park to the colossal marble and bronze sculptures of the Queen Victoria Memorial on the edge of The Green Park.
Artistic value   From celebrated works of art, such as the Diana Fountain in Bushy Park, to simple structures, such as the bench in Richmond Park that plays music by the rock star, Ian Dury.
Subjects   From monuments to individuals, such as the Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens, to the many memorials for thousands of people who died in conflicts around the world.

Monuments in Bushy Park

Factsheet on the monuments in Bushy Park.

Monuments in Green Park

Factsheet on the monuments in Green Park.

Monuments in Greenwich Park

Factsheet on the monuments in Greenwich Park.

Monuments in Hyde Park

Factsheet on the monuments in Hyde Park.

Monuments in Kensington Gardens

Factsheet on the monuments in Kensington Gardens.

Monuments in Richmond Park

Factsheet on the monuments in Richmond Park.

Monuments in St James's Park

Factsheet on the monuments in St James's Park.

Monuments in The Regent's Park

Factsheet on the monuments in The Regent's Park.

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