Victoria Park, Regina

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Victoria Park
Victoria Park Cenotaph, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.jpg
The Cenotaph located in the centre of Victoria Park
Type Public park
Location Regina, Saskatchewan
Coordinates 50°26′52.88″N 104°36′44.18″W / 50.4480222°N 104.6122722°W / 50.4480222; -104.6122722Coordinates: 50°26′52.88″N 104°36′44.18″W / 50.4480222°N 104.6122722°W / 50.4480222; -104.6122722
Area 2.4 hectares (5.9 acres)
Created 1907 (1907)
Operated by City of Regina
Status Open all year

Victoria Park is a public park in the centre of downtown Regina.[1][2]

Originally a treeless square that was set aside in 1883, it was renamed after Queen Victoria in 1907. Since that time it has received considerable improvements including a large number of trees, the Regina Cenotaph, and a children's playground.[3]

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  1. ^ "Victoria Park". Regina: The Early Years. Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists. Retrieved 2012-01-10. 
  2. ^ "Victoria Park, c. 1925". City of Regina. Retrieved 2012-01-10. 
  3. ^ "Victoria Park". Retrieved 2014-01-07.