Home to the London Zoo, Regent's Park covers 197 hectares of land, and is the largest grass area for sports in Central London. Nine villas were built into the park, but only two (St John's Lodge and The Holme) remain. Appropriated by Henry VIII for use as a hunting ground, the park's landscape design hasn't changed much since 1930 with the development of Queen Mary's Gardens.
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