Forest park, Brussels
The Forest park (French: Parc de Forest, Dutch: Park van Vorst) is a park in Brussels, Belgium located in and named after the municipality of Forest. It was designed by Victor Besme and occupies an area of 13 ha. It is adjacent to the Duden park to its south, which is home to the football ground of R. Union Saint-Gilloise, the legendary football club from the neighbouring municipality of Saint-Gilles. Though the club is not located in the municipality, whose border with Forest is to the north of the Forest park. The park is surrounded by a set of streets, which connect the Avenue Albert/Albertlaan with the Avenue Wielemans Ceuppens, making it a part of the greater ring road. Those streets are the Avenue des Villas to the north, Avenue du Mont Kemmel to the east, Avenue Besme to the south and Avenue Reine Marie-Henriette to the south and west.