London, England Parks
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Three of Londonís many parks are found north of the Thames River. Regentís Park, at the top of the image, was originally a royal hunting ground; now it includes the London Zoo. Hyde Park, in the middle-left of the image, is the largest of the four royal parks, and was established by Henry VIII in 1536; it opened to the public in 1637. Buckingham Palace Garden, at the lower-right of the image, is the largest private garden in London. Todayís garden was designed in 1825 under the reign of George IV. Summer garden parties see over 20,000 guests welcomed into the royal garden each summer. The image was acquired September 8, 2021. Covers an area of 5.8 by 6.9 km, and is located at 0.2 degrees west, 51.5 degrees north.
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Please give credit for these images to:
NASA/METI/AIST/Japan Space Systems,
and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team