World’s smallest park

World's smallest park

Mill Ends Park is located in Portland, Oregon, created by journalist Dick Fagan in 1948 and officially became a city park in 1976. It has an area of 0.29 square meters and a diameter of 60 centimeters. In 1971, it entered in the Guinness Book of World Records for the smallest park in the world. Now this little park has been added swimming pool for butterflies; the little park also has a horseshoe, a diving board, and a mini Ferris wheel. But, British now question whether the flower bed can be called a “park”, they insist Prince’s Park in England should be given the title of the world’s smallest park.

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