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St. James’ Park, London

Currently, what Aziraphale was doing was standing with Crowley by the duck pond in St. James' Park.

From the Bridge, St James Park @ London
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeFrom the Bridge, St James Park @ London - Credit: Simon-And-You / Simon B

 St. James’ Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks of London. The Park was bought by Henry VIII to be used as a deer run. Charles II had it redesigned and opened to the public. Three palaces lie around the Park: Westminster Palace, St. James’ Palace and Buckingham Palace. The Park also includes Duck Island, which is rich in waterfowl.

 

Autumn in St. James Park - London
Creative Commons AttributionAutumn in St. James Park - London - Credit: bortescristian / Cristian Bortes