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Russell Park in London

Russell Square Park

Russell Square in London: Picnic with squirrels

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Russell Square Park is a place not well known in London, and that by its small size does not happen to be of the best known parks in the capital. But it is a very “charming” and recommended park especially if you visit the nearby and essential British Museum.

Russell Square Park

A few meters from the museum, near the famous Hotel Russell, is the park where the sleepers rest by squirrels, take a lunch or relax as we see Londoners do, reading the newspaper or walking with children.

This square and public garden in the Bloomsbury district was designed in 1800 by landscape architect Humphry Repton (1752-1818), when the area was made up of large private land and virtually uninhabited.Read More »Russell Square in London: Picnic with squirrels