Speaker's Corner (Hyde Park) Reviews
Newest Review: ... find a single member of a political party or some marginal People. Actually when I first went there, I was unaware of Speaker’s Corner, I was just walking around in Hyde Park. And I saw some people speaking about my country and judging how bad Muslims we were. I found myself in an high-tension argument. At first, I was trying to defend myself against drove of people from the same part of the world. It was a really interesting experience. In a few minutes, I began to see people supporting me behind me. Although there was a police walking around but I really could not feel myself safe there. Although I really enjoyed arguing with peop... more
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by - written on 16/09/01, updated on 16/09/01 (Useful, 137 readings)
Speaker’s Corner In 1872, a low was formed allowing people to make speech about what they want. After that time, speaker’s corner became the meeting point of different and interesting (sometimes strange !!) people. It is really worth to see there. You should go there on Monday. In a Sunday morning, you may find a single member of a political party or some marginal People. Actually when I first went there, I was unaware of Speaker’s Corner, I was just walking around in Hyde Park. And I saw some people speaking about my country and judging how bad Muslims we were. I found myself in an high-tension argument. At first, I was trying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/01, updated on 20/06/01 (Very useful, 148 readings)
Hyde Park is actually a fascinating place (cue trivial pursuit type facts). Did you know that at the beginning of the 19th century, London ended at Hyde Park Corner and the countryside began? And Apsley House situated here, home to the Duke of Wellington, was known as No. 1 London? And that many of the distances to Englands towns were measured from the Hyde Park Corner? AND if you walk up Park Lane towards Marble Arch - which by the way was the original gateway to Buckingham Palace built by John Nash and moved to it's present site in 1851 because it was too small to fit some of the carriages through - you'll be passing by ... Read the complete review
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