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Sheffield Peace Gardens

Sheffield Peace Gardens

The Peace Gardens in Sheffield were initially laid out in the 1930s after the demolition of St Paul's Church. They've had several facelifts since then but have always remained a lovely spot in the centre of Sheffield, both day and night. 

At first they were called St Paul's Gardens but according to local legend they soon got nicknamed 'the Peace Gardens' because the World War II Munich Agreement was signed at a similar time.

 On a sunny day the Peace Gardens are packed with people sitting and enjoying their surroundings.