College Green (London)
College Green (formally known as Abingdon Street Gardens) in public park in the City of Westminster in Central London.<ref name=Westm>Template:Cite web</ref> The gardens are situated behind Westminster Abbey, and to the east of Westminster Abbey Gardens and are adjacent to the Houses of Parliament.<ref name=Westm/> The gardens are not enclosed and are accessible at all times.<ref name=Westm/>
The park is a common place for television reporters to interview Members of Parliament.<ref name=Hist2010>History in the making BBC News, 12 May 2010</ref> Henry Moore's bronze sculpture Knife Edge Two Piece 1962–65 is located in the gardens.<ref name=Westm/>
The gardens form the landscaped roof of a two storey underground car park, and were constructed from 1963 to 1964.<ref name="Committee2007">Template:Cite book</ref> They are in front of College Green.<ref name=Westm/>
The site was originally in the River Thames, and separated from the College Garden of Westminster Abbey by a medieval wall with a watergate. Its name refers to the collegiate church of Westminster Abbey, which includes Westminster School.
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