Prince's Park

Prince's Park on a summer's day

Sybil LeGrand

Sybil LeGrand, a statue by Luke Graham

Prince's Park is a small urban park in the Old Harbor of Noble City. When the Hill Park in the Old Harbor was renamed Princess' Park in 1894, Prince's Park was established two blocks down. It's bounded by Marine Avenue and the Sebastian Street. Because of its location at this street, the park is often linked to Prince Sebastian, the elder brother of Princess Elisabeth.

In fact, it is a rather small and flat park, unlike the Princess' Park. It is known to be a popular soccer location for the youth.

Luke Graham's sculpture Sybil LeGrand is located in this park.

See also Edit

Seal of Noble City
Geography, nature and neighborhoods of Noble City
Geography and nature: Abraham Lincoln Park - Beach Gardens - Botanica - Congress Field - Long Road Cemetery - Long Walk Memorial - Mandarin Park - Noble Beach - Noble City Bay - November Beach - Painters Hill - Prince's Park - Princess' Park - Royal Gardens - Sand Garden - Strength Gardens - Thomas Jefferson Park - Upper Embankment - Urban Garden - Woodstock Forest - Yorkshire Park
Neighborhoods: Artista - Bayside - Citizen Corner - Downtown - Industrial Park - King's Gardens - Little Europe - Little Frisco - Long Road - Mandarin Village - New Town - Old Harbor - The Mall - Trading Quarter - Transcity - neighborhood symbols
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