A sign recording the fame of Britain's smallest park in Burntwood, Staffordshire, England, created to commemorate the marriage of Albert Edward Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of

 

              A sign recording the fame of Britain
A sign recording the fame of Britain's smallest park in Burntwood, Staffordshire, England, created to commemorate the marriage of Albert Edward Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863 and naming the trees as Faith, Hope and Charity, seen on Friday April 12, 2013. Prince's Park was created to commemorate the marriage of Albert Edward Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863, before Albert Edward became Britain's King Edward VII on the death of his mother Queen Victoria. The British and the Americans are quarreling over who has the world's smallest park, the one in Portland, Ore. USA, is essentially a concrete planter about 2-feet in diameter, the other is this park about 5,000 miles away, in England where they dispute whether Portland's smallest park is a park at all. (AP Photo / Rui Vieira, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES