National Parks and Preserves of Eurth

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This is a list of national parks from all over Eurth. The oldest park is Royal National Park, established in 1892 on the island of Gallambria.

Site Image Location Type of Park Area
ha (acre)
Established Description
Amilaki Wildlife Reserve Amilaki Wildlife Reserve  Orioni National Park 19,170,480 hectares (47,371,287.7 acres) 2006 The Amilaki Wildlife Reserve in Orioni's sparsely inhabited northeast is an animal sanctuary established by EOS.
Greater Argic National Park Greater Argic National Park  Gotneska National Park 3,979,692.7653 hectares (9,834,035.0 acres) 1903 The Greater Argic National Park, is the largest park in Gotneska. And is one of the least visited in the wurld. Being located almost completely above the Argic Circle.
Montmaine National Park The Montmaine Lighthouse  Delamaria National Park 1,829 square kilometres (451,955.7 acres) 1912 The Montmaine national park lies in the states of Crownsland and Hyannis, it is home to numerous native species and the famous Montmaine Lighthouse.
Royal National Park Sandy Beach Headland  Gallambria National Park 37,291 hectares (92,148.1 acres) 1892 The Royal National Park was established in 1892, making it the oldest national park in the world. Its original name was Cambrian National Park, but was renamed in 1945 after King George III, passed through the National Park during his 1945 National Tour, declaring the National Park to be of national significance and a natural beauty.
UBPSSIF Protected Marine Reserve Mt Gwrddfa  Sunset Sea Islands Marine protected area 480,516,717.06 hectares (1.1873826667×109 acres) 2017 Marine protected area in the Oriental Ocean of North Thalassa.