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Alexandra Park, Manchester
England
Alexandra Park in south Manchester opened in 1870. Its initial purpose was to deter the working men of Manchester from the alehouses during their day off, and to encourage them instead to spend time with their families pursuing morally and physically healthier activities. Many of the original features remain to this day.
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