One of London's most lovely gardens is in Holland Park. The Kyoto Garden provides a distinctive landscape in Japanese style that is ideal for quiet reflection and relaxation.
Holland Park is a 22-hectare west London park located around Holland House's ruins. The house, initially called Cope Castle, was once a great house that served throughout its history as the home of diplomats and strong families. Built in 1605, it was demolished in 1940 during the Blitz.
The grounds were purchased by the London County Council in 1952 and are now serving as a large park that includes multiple gardens, an open-air theater, a café, a restaurant and various sports equipment.
Opened in 1991, the Kyoto Garden. It was a donation from Kyoto City to celebrate Japan and Great Britain's lengthy friendship. Today, Holland Park is a famous component of the Kyoto Garden–but it is not the only Japanese garden in this green room. The official opening of the Fukushima Memorial Garden in July 2012. It marks the Japanese people's appreciation to the British people for their assistance in the aftermath of the March 2011 natural disasters.
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