Visitors promenading around Rosamonds Pond in St James Park, London, England, the oldest Royal Park in London. It was Charles II who ordered the park to be redesigned with avenues of trees planted and lawns laid. The King opened the park to the public and was a frequent visitor, feeding the ducks and mingling with his subjects. During the Hanoverian period, the park changed forever when John Nash redesigned it in a more romantic style when the canal was transformed into a natural-looking lake.

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