History of London's Royal Parks examined for new exhibition

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History of London's Royal Parks examined for new exhibition

For the first time, London is hosting an exhibition which explores the history of the capital's Royal Parks.

From deer hunting grounds for Kings and Queens, to being used by soldiers to practice rifle drills during the 1st World War.

The showcase at the Mall Galleries features rarely seen items spanning centuries.

'Parks - Our Shared Heritage' is on at the Mall Galleries until the 11th of August and is Free to attend.

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