Green Park in spring. Green Park in the City of Westminster. Covering 47 acres it lies between London's Hyde Park +St. James's Park. By contrast with its neighbours, Green Park has no lakes, buildings and few monuments, only the Canada Memorial by Pierre Granche, the Constance Fund Fountain and the RAF Bomber Command Memorial. The park consists entirely of mature trees rising out of turf: parkland; the only flowers are naturalized narcissus.
Green Park is one of the Royal Parks of London. It lies between Hyde Park & St. James's Park. By contrast with its neighbours, Green Park has no lakes, buildings & few monuments only the Canada Memorial & the Constance Fund Foundation. To the south, is the ceremonial avenue of The Mall, and the buildings of St James' Palace & Clarence House overlook the park to the east.
Black Forest, Germany Also the home for the cuckoo clock, the Black forest gets its name from its dark, sinister of evergreens and a twenty minute walk will make you enter a vast expanse of hills, valleys, rivers and forests stretch from the swish spa town of Baden-Baden to the Swiss border and from the Rhine almost to Lake Constance.