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Serenity is a striking bronze sculpture located on the south side of the Serpentine, near the Diana Memorial Fountain.

The sculpture is inspired by the Egyptian goddess of nature. It was designed by British sculptor Simon Gudgeon and was installed in the park in 2009.

Serenity was donated by Halcyon Gallery and the sculpture's creator Simon Gudgeon to help raise funds for the The LookOut, Hyde Park. At the base of the sculpture you can see 1,000 plaques, dedicated to supporters of the appeal.

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