London is a green city. There are hundreds of squares, major areas of land like Wandsworth, Wimbledon, or Clapham Common and thousands more privately owned spaces, gardens, and expanses of land, but the centerpiece of London's extensive park system are eight royal parks. Covering nearly 200 hectares, or almost 5000 acres, they are former hunting grounds of the monarchs now for use by the public.
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