Prince's Park

Prince's Park is located in the town of and is featured in the Guinness Book of Records for being the smallest park in the .It was created to commemorate the marriage of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, and Princess Alexandra of Denmark.

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
is the ancient remains of a Roman settlement. is situated 2½ miles southeast of Prince's Park. Photo: Bs0u10e01, CC BY 3.0.

Church
is situated 1 mile south of Prince's Park. Photo: Geoff Pick, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Reservoir
is a reservoir located in the parish of and the district of Lichfield in Staffordshire, England. is situated 2½ miles west of Prince's Park. Photo: Bs0u10e01, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Church
is situated 1½ miles northeast of Prince's Park. Photo: Bs0u10e01, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
is a small village and civil parish in Lichfield District, , England, south-east of .

Hamlet
is a village and in located about 5.8 miles from and about 6.3 miles from , and about 2.3 miles north of . is situated 2 miles northwest of Prince's Park.

Hamlet
is a small village and civil parish in , England, just south of . is situated 2½ miles southeast of Prince's Park.

Prince's Park

Latitude
52.6796° or 52° 40' 46.7" north
Longitude
-1.8957° or 1° 53' 44.4" west
Open Location Code
9C4WM4H3+VP
Open­Street­Map ID
way 617641036
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: منتزه الأميرة
  • German: Prince’s Park
  • Thai: สวนสาธารณะพรินส์

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