Greenwich Park

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Royal Park and former hunting park in Greenwich, London

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English Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park is a former hunting park in Greenwich and one of the largest single green spaces in south-east London. One of the Royal Parks of London, and the first to be enclosed (in 1433), it covers 74 hectares (180 acres), and is part of the Greenwich World Heritage Site. It commands fine views over the River Thames, the Isle of Dogs and the City of London (Simon Jenkins rated the view of the Royal Hospital with Canary Wharf in the distance as one of the top ten in England).The park is open year-round. It is listed Grade I on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

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German Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park ist einer der königlichen Parks in London. Er liegt im Londoner Stadtteil Greenwich. 1997 wurden der Greenwich Park und die dazugehörigen Gebäude von der UNESCO zum Weltkulturerbe der Menschheit erklärt.

Am Nordrand des 73 Hektar großen Parks befinden sich das National Maritime Museum und das Queen’s House, ein ehemaliger königlicher Palast. Auf einem Hügel in der Mitte des Parks befindet sich das Royal Greenwich Observatory. Der kleine Platz vor dem Observatorium wird durch eine Statue von General James Wolfe geschmückt.

Vom Hügel aus sieht man in Richtung Norden ein Panorama mit dem ehemaligen Greenwich Hospital (später das Royal Naval College), der Themse, den Wolkenkratzern von Canary Wharf, der City of London und dem Millennium Dome.

Der Park besitzt zahlreiche Freizeiteinrichtungen wie einen Kinderspielplatz, einen Bootssee, einen Kräutergarten, einen Blumengarten mit Ententeich, einen Rosengarten, einen Cricket-Spielplatz, mehrere Tennisplätze, einen Musikpavillon und einen kleinen Tierpark. Südlich des Parks schließt sich, getrennt durch eine breite Straße, die Grünfläche Blackheath an. Im Park wurden die Reste eines römischen Tempels ausgegraben.

Im Greenwich Park befindet sich das Startgelände des jährlich stattfindenden London-Marathons.

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Polish Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park - jeden spośród królewskich parków w Londynie, pierwszy, który został ogrodzony (w 1433). Zajmuje 74 hektary (183 akrów).

W 1427 ziemie te stały się własnością Humphreya Lancastera, księcia Gloucester. Humphrey ogrodził park, zbudował nad rzeką pałacyk Bella Court, a na wzgórzu zamek zwany "wieżą księcia Humphreya". Ten pierwszy przekształcono później w Pałac Placentia, a następnie w Queen's House i Greenwich Hospital. Na miejscu zamku od 1675 stoi Królewskie Obserwatorium Astronomiczne zbudowane przez Christophera Wrena. Park służył królom jako teren do polowań z sokołami. Henryk VIII wprowadził tu także jelenie. Jakub I postawił wokół parku nowy ceglany mur wysoki na cztery metry i długi na dwie mile, którego część nadal wyznacza granice Greenwich Park. W XVII wieku park przerobiono według projektu André Le Nôtre. Maria, córka Jakuba II, podarowała pałac na szpital dla marynarzy, i na początku XVIII w park otworzono dla jego pensjonariuszy, a następnie dla wszystkich zwiedzających.

Podczas Igrzysk Olimpijskich Londyn 2012 w Greenwich Park odbyły się zawody jeździeckie.

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Russian Гринвичский парк

Гринвичский парк (англ. Greenwich Park) — бывший охотничий парк в Гринвиче и одна из самых больших зелёных зон на юго-востоке Лондона. Вход — через ворота с двумя колоннами, украшенными золочеными шарами, изображающими Земной шар.

Парк является владением короны, во времена правления Якова I он был обнесен стеной и долгое время оставался недоступным для рядовых посетителей. Свой проект устройства парка в 1662 году предлагал великий ландшафтный архитектор Андре Ленотр, автор садово-паркового комплекса в Версале, однако были ли они воплощены в жизнь — остаётся неизвестным.

На Гринвичском холме стоит Королевская обсерватория. Знаменитый Гринвичский меридиан, который делит Землю на западное и восточное полушарие, проходит здесь прямо по двору и отмечен блестящей полосой.

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Ukrainian Гринвіцький парк

Гринвіцький парк (англ. Greenwich Park) — колишній парк для полювання, королівський парк і один з найбільших парків Лондона. Вхід — через ворота з двома колонами, прикрашеними позолоченими кулями, що зображують Землю.

Парк був одним з місць проведення літніх Олімпійських та Паралімпійських ігор 2012 року.

Парк приймав учасників змагань з кінного спорту та сучасного п'ятиборства Олімпіади, а також кінного спорту Паралімпіади.

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cs Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park je jeden z královských parků v Londýně a nejstarší z nich (založen v roce 1433). Původně bylo toto území jelení honitbou a největší plochou zeleně v jihovýchodním Londýně.

V severní části se nachází Národní námořní muzeum a v centru parku je Královská greenvichská observatoř. Observatoř je umístěná na vrcholku kopce. Na západním okraji parku stojí Ranger's House.

Park se dá rozdělit na dvě výškové odlišné části.

V dolní části se nacházejí oblíbená dětská hřiště a jezera pro vyjížďky na loďkách. Nachází se zde také zahrada se záhony osázenými bylinami (poblíž východu do centra Greenwiche).

V horní části parku se nachází rozlehlá květinová zahrada s rybníkem, růžová zahrada, kriketové hřiště, tenisový kurt, hudební pavilon, pozůstatky osídlení Římany, starověký dub (Queens Oak spojovaný s Alžbětou I.) a obora s několika divokými jeleny.

Kousek za observatoří se nalézá tajná zahrada – klidná oddělená plocha vhodná pro pikniky a občas používaná divadelními společnostmi pro jejich vystoupení. Naproti se nachází Park Cafe.

Parkování v oblasti kolem hlavní komunikace vedoucí od Blackheath je povoleno. Park protínají cyklistické stezky, které jsou používány nejen cyklisty ale pro kondiční běh a vycházky se psem. Použití jiných typů dopravních prostředků (auta a motocykly) na cestách parku je možno pouze v úseku mezi Blackheath a Greenwich v době dopravní špičky o víkendu.

V průběhu Letních olympijských her 2012 byl park místem jezdecké a běžecké části závodu moderních pětibojařů.

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Spanish Greenwich Park

El Parque Real de Greenwich (en inglés: Greenwich Park)? es un antiguo coto de caza en Greenwich y constituye uno de los mayores espacios verdes en el sureste de Londres. Uno de los Parques Reales de Londres, el primero en ser cerrado (en 1433), cubre 74 hectáreas (182,9 acre)[1]​ y es Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la Unesco desde 1997.[2]​ Tiene hermosas vistas sobre el río Támesis, la Isle of Dogs y la City de Londres.

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French Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park est un parc situé à Greenwich, dans la banlieue sud-est de Londres, en Angleterre. C'est l'un des huit parcs royaux de la capitale et le premier d'entre eux à avoir été clôturé.

Il couvre actuellement une superficie totale de 70 hectares, faisant partie du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO du fait que le site accueille l'Observatoire royal de Greenwich, point de départ du méridien d'origine (Prime Meridian).

Toute l'année, le parc est ouvert à partir de 6 heures (7 heures pour les véhicules) jusqu'à la tombée de la nuit. Il offre un refuge aux citadins, bien loin du centre de Londres. L'un des secrets pour concevoir des villes non nuisibles à l'environnement consiste à attirer les amoureux de la nature dans des espaces verts urbains, plutôt que dans des banlieues.

Il accueille, lors des Jeux olympiques de 2012, les épreuves hippiques et celles du pentathlon moderne.

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Italian Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park è uno dei Parchi Reali di Londra, e il primo ad essere stato riconosciuto tale (nel 1433). Il Parco di Greenwich è uno dei più grandi spazi verdi della Londra meridionale. Copre 183 acri (0,70 km²). All'interno del parco è possibile osservare il fiume Tamigi e la città di Londra. In questo parco si sono svolte nel 2012 le prove degli sport equestri di salto ostacoli, dressage e concorso completo dei Giochi della XXX Olimpiade.

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Japanese グリニッジ・パーク

グリニッジ・パーク(Greenwich Park)はロンドン南東部グリニッジにある公園。ロンドンの王立公園の一つであり、総面積は74ヘクタール。公園内にはグリニッジ天文台および海事博物館がある。かつてはプラセンティア宮殿があった。

2012年のロンドン五輪では馬術、近代五種のうち馬術、コンバインドが行われた。この際は会場に適していないと主張した近所住民に12000名の署名が集められた。

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pt Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park é um dos Parques Reais de Londres, um antigo parque de caça de Greenwich e um dos maiores espaços verdes do sudeste de Londres. Um dos Parques Reais de Londres, e o primeiro a ser fechado (em 1433), abrange 74 hectares (180 acre(s)s).Segundo a lenda, D. Carlos II, em 1662, passeava por esse parque com D. Catarina de Bragança, rainha da Inglaterra. D. Carlos II resolveu oferecer-lhe uma flor mas, em vez de oferecer a flor à rainha, ofereceu-a por engano a outra senhora que por lá passava. D. Catarina de Bragança, revoltada, mandou arrancar todas as flores desse parque, restando apenas relva verde.

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zh 格林威治公園

格林威治公園(英語:Greenwich Park)是位於英國格林威治的一座公園,曾是英國皇室的狩獵地。格林威治公園是倫敦東南部最大的綠地之一,也是倫敦御苑之一,並且是首座圈定範圍的御苑(1433年)。格林威治公園的面積達74公頃(180英畝)。在格林威治公園看到的倫敦全景經常被用來作為倫敦景色的代表。格林威治公園也是2012年奧運會的比賽場地之一,但當地居民反對公園舉辦奧運並發起署名運動,收集到超過12,000人的署名。

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English Greenwich Park

Situated on a hill rising up from Greenwich town centre, the park offers impressive views from the hilltop across the River Thames to Docklands and the City of London. The park also provides a setting for several historic buildings, including the Royal Observatory, the old Royal Naval College, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House.

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Italian Greenwich Park

Situato su una collina che sale dal centro urbano di Greenwich, il parco offre viste spettacolari dalla vetta della collina verso il fiume, le Dockland e la Città di Londra. Qui si trovano inoltre edifici storici, compresi il Royal Observatory, l'università Old Royal Naval College, il museo National Maritime Museum e la Queen's House.

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Chinese 格林威治公園

格林威治公園坐落在從格林威治鎮中心升起的山丘上,面積達74公頃,曾是英國皇室的狩獵地,從山頂上可俯瞰泰晤士河,碼頭區和倫敦市,能夠欣賞到令人印象深刻的美景。格林威治皇家天文台亦在此公園之內,舊皇家海軍學院、國家海事博物館和女王宮也都在附近。

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Places located in Greenwich Park

Royal Borough of Greenwich

The Royal Borough of Greenwich ( (listen), , or ) is a London borough in southeast Greater London. The London Borough of Greenwich was formed in 1965 by the London Government Act 1963. The new borough covered the former area of the Metropolitan Borough of Greenwich and part of the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich to the east. The local council is Greenwich London Borough Council which meets in Woolwich Town Hall. The council's offices are also based in Woolwich, the main urban centre in the borough.

Greenwich is the location of the Greenwich prime meridian, on which all Coordinated Universal Time is based. The prime meridian running through Greenwich and the Greenwich Observatory is where the designation Greenwich Mean Time, or GMT began, and on which all world times are based. In 2012, Greenwich was listed as a top ten global destination by Frommer's – the only UK destination to be listed.

To mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II, Greenwich became a Royal Borough on 3 February 2012, due in part to its historic links with the Royal Family, and to its UNESCO World Heritage Site status as home of the Prime Meridian.

Royal Observatory

The Royal Observatory, Greenwich (ROG; known as the Old Royal Observatory from 1957 to 1998, when the working Royal Greenwich Observatory, RGO, moved from Greenwich to Herstmonceux) is an observatory situated on a hill in Greenwich Park, overlooking the River Thames. It played a major role in the history of astronomy and navigation, and because the prime meridian passes through it, it gave its name to Greenwich Mean Time. The ROG has the IAU observatory code of 000, the first in the list. ROG, the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House and Cutty Sark are collectively designated Royal Museums Greenwich.The observatory was commissioned in 1675 by King Charles II, with the foundation stone being laid on 10 August. The site was chosen by Sir Christopher Wren. At that time the king also created the position of Astronomer Royal, to serve as the director of the observatory and to "apply himself with the most exact care and diligence to the rectifying of the tables of the motions of the heavens, and the places of the fixed stars, so as to find out the so much desired longitude of places for the perfecting of the art of navigation." He appointed John Flamsteed as the first Astronomer Royal. The building was completed in the summer of 1676. The building was often called "Flamsteed House", in reference to its first occupant.

The scientific work of the observatory was relocated elsewhere in stages in the first half of the 20th century, and the Greenwich site is now maintained almost exclusively as a museum, although the AMAT telescope became operational for astronomical research in 2018.

Statue of Yuri Gagarin

The Statue of Yuri Gagarin in Greenwich, London, is a zinc statue depicting the cosmonaut wearing a spacesuit and standing on top of a globe. The figure was originally unveiled on 14 July 2011 at a temporary location in the Mall, close to Admiralty Arch and facing the statue of Captain James Cook. It was later moved to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, at a site overlooking the Prime Meridian line, and was unveiled at the new location on 7 March 2013. There had been an unsuccessful proposal to move it to Manchester.The 3.5-metre (11 ft) high statue is a replica of an original by Anatoly Novikov in Lyubertsy, where Gagarin was trained as a foundry worker. The statue was a gift to the British Council from the Russian space agency Roscosmos as a part of several cultural events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the first manned spaceflight. The original location of the statue was chosen to be where Gagarin first met the then Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.

Greenwich

Greenwich ( (listen) GREN-itch, GRIN-ij, GRIN-itch, or GREN-ij) is an area of South East London, England, centred 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east-southeast of Charing Cross. It is within the Royal Borough of Greenwich, to which it lends its name. Historically it was in the county of Kent for hundreds of years, then the County of London from 1889 to 1965.

Greenwich is notable for its maritime history and for giving its name to the Greenwich Meridian (0° longitude) and Greenwich Mean Time. The town became the site of a royal palace, the Palace of Placentia from the 15th century, and was the birthplace of many Tudors, including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. The palace fell into disrepair during the English Civil War and was demolished to be replaced by the Royal Naval Hospital for Sailors, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and his assistant Nicholas Hawksmoor. These buildings became the Royal Naval College in 1873, and they remained a military education establishment until 1998 when they passed into the hands of the Greenwich Foundation. The historic rooms within these buildings remain open to the public; other buildings are used by University of Greenwich and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

The town became a popular resort in the 18th century and many grand houses were built there, such as Vanbrugh Castle (1717) established on Maze Hill, next to the park. From the Georgian period estates of houses were constructed above the town centre. The maritime connections of Greenwich were celebrated in the 20th century, with the siting of the Cutty Sark and Gipsy Moth IV next to the river front, and the National Maritime Museum in the former buildings of the Royal Hospital School in 1934.

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