Central Park - New York City, United States of America.
This is the most well-known Central Park. It's about 843 acres which could equate to 16 billion apartments in New York. But hey, at least you have a nice view.
Central Park - Deir ez-Zor, Syria.
This park is massive. However it is less park and more fountains.
Central Park - Burnaby, Canada.
This Central Park is so big that it has tennis courts, putt-putt golf and a swimming pool. Is this even a park or is it a recreational centre?!?!
Central Park - Serres, Greece.
Serres has a population of less than 60,000 which may explain why the park itself is so small.
Central Park - Florence, Italy.
You would think that this whole block of land is Central Park, but actually it's a racecourse. "Central Park" is that patch of green on the side.
Central Park - Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
This Central Park has an illuminated fountain and a pool. A damn pool.
Central Park - Karas, Namibia.
Namibia is covered in desert and is the driest country in Sub-Saharan Africa. When you look at it like that, this park is full of trees.
(Sandton) Central Park - Johannesburg, South Africa.
Johannesburg has planted so many trees that they are now the city with the biggest man-made forest. According to Google Maps, the trees haven't reached this park yet, but still.
Central Park - Melbourne, Australia.
This Central Park is just under 19 acres. Also, the oval of the park looks like a cat head.
(Salt Lake) Central Park - Kolkata, India.
This park is infamous for being a "lovers" hot-spot. If you're a strong, independent individual, hold your own hand and venture in.
Central Park - Church Village, Wales.
The letters K, Q, V and Z don't exist in Welsh. I love Par-s.
Central Park - Lahore, Pakistan.
Lahore has very fertile ground which is probably why the park's grass looks so lush.
Central Park - Wellington, New Zealand.
Wellington has 50,000 hectares of parks and forests. However, this park is so big it probably is already 49,000 hectares on its own.
Central Park - Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala.
Antigua used to be the capital of Guatemala and is surrounded by volcanoes. This is a park though, not a volcano.
Central Park - Airdrie, Scotland.
Modern golf came out of Scotland. You can't play golf at this park, but they did create it.
Central Park - Nairobi, Kenya.
This park has a monument for the first Kenyan president. It also has a pool.
Central Park - Prague, Czech Republic.
The Czech Republic is almost completely surrounded by mountains. Not this park though - it's surrounded by roads and the Vltava River.
Central Park - Transístmica, Panama.
The country of Panama is comprised of approximately 39% forests. This park, however, is not one of them.