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Schloß Richmondpark

Wolfenbütteler Str. 55, 38124 Braunschweig, Germany

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    An English landscaped garden

    The special feature of the Braunschweiger Park has been from the beginning of the outgoing from the castle large visual axes that articulated by irregularly shaped tree belt far into the floodplain - originally to the resin - ranged. The plant was designed in the typical Brown for priority to obtain a peaceful and picturesque seemingly ideal landscape painting, while temples and grottos and other small buildings the park only in marginal areas. Similarly, Brown designed the Richmond Park in London, where the princess had grown up. With the inclusion of the surrounding nature and the sophisticated shape of the central areas of the garden, which resembled a natural theater and opened to the Okeraue - in England to Themseaue - as a stage, the system was very memorable and apparently so shortly after its completion worth seeing that Hirschfeld described them in detail in his Theory of Gardening 1785.


    Important Information

    • Park Area
      272500.00 SQM
    • Foundation Date
  • Intertainment Elements

    Sitting places



  • Main Elements

    • Cleanliness
    • Parking and public transport
    • Green areas
    • Open paths for walking