Prinz-Georg-Garten

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Aniello S
Baronissi, Italy1,435 contributions
An Italian style garden
Dec 2019
This garden is full of well-cured flowers. the paths are narrows and only devoted to walking people. No bikes are allowed here and this park is really peaceful.
Written December 10, 2019
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jpcheshire1615
Alderley Edge, UK309 contributions
Formal garden
Sep 2017 • Couples
This is a formal garden right next to the more "English style" park,Herrngarten. It is nicely laid out and well maintained. It is a great place for photographs. It is worth a look at any time of year but particularly colourful in the summer.
Written October 30, 2017
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Gidget007
Shellharbour, Australia85 contributions
Beautiful relaxing garden
Sep 2017
Take the time to enjoy this garden , sit on one of the many benches and soak it in. If you are lucky enough to be there in Spring when things are in full bloom picture perfect.
Written October 8, 2017
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sjpo
Darmstadt, Germany193 contributions
A garden with an unusual library
Sep 2017 • Friends
Prinz George Gardens are quite popular for wedding photos given that is has a variety of flowers and also fruits and vegetables throughout the year. It is a calm, wall protected garden which has a small palace on one side (housing a porcelain museum) and an unusual library in the other (housed in what was probably some building on the palace complex) in which one brings and takes book at will, without registration or even permanent staff. Not a huge choice of books and many of them related to the subjects taught at the University but still an unique attraction in Darmstadt
Written October 4, 2017
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gentbrugg
Moscow2,304 contributions
Rather botanical garden than a park
Jun 2016 • Solo
This is a part of Herrngarten park adjacent to the small palace of prince George, which now houses the porcelain museum. It originally combined the two plots, including one that belonged to general Pretlack (garden house nearby bears his name) and now is markedly different from the rest of the Park. with its more than obvious geometric layout. The prince himself made the layout of the garden with  the longitudinal and transverse axes of the paths, now very smooth, neat and covered with gravel, and marked the places where there should be fountains and gilded sundial. However, formally, this garden can be considered a botanical one - because in the garden there are beds with vegetables, which are uncommon in gardens and parks of usual, "general purpose".
Written December 9, 2016
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drno1962
Darmstadt28 contributions
A place to relax in the middle of the city
Jul 2016 • Couples
A nice french garden, a part of Darmstadt's Herrngarten. The Museum is near and the Porcellain Museum is adjacent. It's a garden with flowers and vegetables. On one side there is Pretlack's Pavillion and open library, where people get and bring books from and to. In summer you get a book, sits on the stairs or a bench in the garden and just read.
Written July 20, 2016
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