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The Victoria Park is spread over 87 hectares of greenery with lakes, fountains, a deer park, bowling green and tennis courts.
The Victoria Park is spread over 87 hectares of greenery with lakes, fountains, a deer park, bowling green and tennis courts. Opened in 1845, this People's Park as it is otherwise known, is home to the Victoria Model Steam Boat Club and is one of the most visited parks in the city.
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