A plaque illustrates the history of Mill Ends Park, located just to the left of a passing motorcyclist, in Portland, Ore., Thursday, April 11, 2013. Tiny battle lines are being drawn in a whimsical British-American dispute over which country has the world’s smallest park. Two feet in diameter, Portland’s Mill Ends Park holds the title of world’s smallest park in the Guinness Book of World Records. But a rival has emerged--Prince’s Park, more than 5,000 miles away in the English town of Burntwood which holds the record for smallest park in the United Kingdom.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)

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A plaque illustrates the history of Mill Ends Park, located just to the left of a passing motorcyclist,  in Portland, Ore., Thursday, April 11, 2013.  Tiny battle lines are being drawn in a whimsical British-American dispute over which country has the world’s smallest park. Two feet in diameter, Portland’s Mill Ends Park holds the title of world’s smallest park in the Guinness Book of World Records. But a rival has emerged--Prince’s Park, more than 5,000 miles away in the English town of Burntwood  which holds the record for smallest park in the United Kingdom.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)
A plaque illustrates the history of Mill Ends Park, located just to the left of a passing motorcyclist, in Portland, Ore., Thursday, April 11, 2013. Tiny battle lines are being drawn in a whimsical British-American dispute over which country has the world’s smallest park. Two feet in diameter, Portland’s Mill Ends Park holds the title of world’s smallest park in the Guinness Book of World Records. But a rival has emerged--Prince’s Park, more than 5,000 miles away in the English town of Burntwood which holds the record for smallest park in the United Kingdom.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)
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