Hyde park and ST Pauls Cathedral. Hyde park. Millions of people visit Hyde Park G reatest city park in the world Surface1,4 squares Lake Serpentine. Activities in Hyde Park. S wimming , boating , cycling Playground P itches for games and tennis courts
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Hyde park • Millions of people visit Hyde Park • Greatestcity park in the world • Surface1,4 squares • Lake Serpentine
Activities in Hyde Park • Swimming, boating, cycling • Playground • Pitches for games and tennis courts • Like go to the Skate park • Tracks for horse riding • Walk, enjoy the nature
Serpentine Lake • Lake, located in Hyde park. • North part, more lively • Recreationalactivity, restaurants • Swim, bath, rent a boat
St Pauls cathedral • A church • 139 metres tall and 30 metres wide • Europe’s largest church, Englands only classical church • Church bell, Great Paul • The weight: 17 tons • Great Britain and British Island’s biggest and heaviest church bell • Very famous appearance • Large circular area crossed the center • Eight pillars supporting
History • Built where the old cathedral, burned 1666. • Made through the Second World War and The Blitz • Although hit by bombs 10 October 1940 and 17 April 1941.