Eduardo VII Park

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The central lane of Eduardo VII Park, with Lisbon and the Tagus river in the background

Eduardo VII Park (Portuguese: Parque Eduardo VII) is a public park in Lisbon, Portugal.[1] The park have an area of 26 hectares (64 acres), it is north of Avenida da Liberdade and Marquis of Pombal Square in Lisbon's city center.

The park is named after King Edward VII of the United Kingdom, who visited Portugal in 1903. Until Edward's visit the park was called Parque da Liberdade (Liberty Park). In 1945 Portuguese Modernist architect Francisco Keil do Amaral redesigned the park to its current look.

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  1. "Edward VII Park". Go Lisbon. Retrieved 19 July 2016.