Simon Gudgeon?s brilliant bronze ?Isis? Sits in Hyde Park next to the Serpentine, the first piece of sculpture to do in 50 years. At its foundation there are 1000 plaques inscribed with the names of generous donors that have helped to raise £2.2 million to construct the Isis Education Centre that is designed to empower communities and particularly city school kids, to appreciate and experience the wonders of nature and the value of protecting and conserving the ecosystem for the future. The Center is right in the center of the Park.
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