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Hemel Hempstead sits northwest of London and experiences an oceanic climate. Its earliest known history based on archaeological findings dates' way back the Roman times. Its further development, however, started sometime in 1946 after World War II. The town is famous for its charming sites, economy and sports facilities aside from its colourful history.

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Top Attractions within Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead was one of a few towns created after World War II to relieve London's terrible housing problems and overcrowding. Similar to Stevenage, Britain's first New Town, Hemel Hempstead was developed around an attractive old town which still exists today. The town's 12th century church has survived and elsewhere there are impressive Tudor and Georgian buildings. The remains of a Roman villa can be found in Gadebridge Park near Picotts End, to the north-west of the old town. The modern town has excellent shopping facilities, particularly at the Marlowes Shopping Centre and Jarman Park. The town is also famous for its 'Magic Roundabout', built in 1973 to cope with the increased congestion as Hemel Hempstead grew, the roundabout allows traffic to go around in both directions.

Gadebridge Park lies on Hemel Hempstead's northern part. It is a family friendly public park that is open from Monday to Sunday. Amongst its many facilities are a children's play area, a giant chess, two bowling greens, cycle paths, Skateboard Park, toilets, walks and so much more.

High Street or the Old High Street is a prominent shopping street in Hemel Hempstead. The said street forms part the "old town" or the original part of the town. It is one of the finest destinations to visit in the area as it features ancient taverns and inns aside from the wide variety of shops that it has for retail therapy.

Leisure World or Jarman Park is located along St. Albands Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England. It is a large leisure establishment packed with wide variety of entertainment facilities i.e., bars, cinemas, nightclubs, swimming pool, slides, ten-pin bowling, tubes and so much more. To learn more about the venue its official website is www.leisureworldhemel.com.

Marlowes Shopping District is a prime shopping centre in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England. The establishment homes over seventy-five fine shops including restaurants and cafes. The venue is open seven days a week. Visit www.themarlowes.co.uk for more information.

St. Mary Church is an ancient church with distinguished architectural style. It lies within the old town of Hemel Hempstead just off the High Street. The church is open to all especially for those who seek spiritual help. For more information about the holy and noble venue kindly visit www.stmaryshemel.org.uk.