Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The ear mountain park is a 45-acre park in the style of an English landscape garden on the Ohrberg in the municipality Emmerthal. The southern part consists of open spaces and woody plantations, in the northern part of the park turns into a sparse forest. The park is a popular destination because of its colorful flowering azalea and rhododendron bushes and its exotic woody plants. The park offers wide views of the valleys of Emmer and Weser. Georg Adolph von Hake (1779-1840) had the present Ohrbergpark landscaped around 1818 in sight of his manor ear invest. The complex is freely accessible and is still owned by the von Hake family.
April 14, 2016
Blossoms without end: Rhododendrons and azaleas compete in June in Ohrbergpark on the Weser. The garden jewel, a landscape conservation area, becomes a visitor magnet. No wonder, then is the best time to discover the landscape garden.
The southern part of the park is characterized by a change of open spaces and woody plantations. The northern part is a forest with hollows and stairs.
Ohrbergpark The English park at the gates of the city of Hameln dates back to 1815 and is privately owned. The park belongs to the ear of the manor owned by the von Hake family. However, there are no fences in the Ohrberg Park - on the contrary: the owner has undertaken to keep the park accessible to visitors all year round. And they are always welcome.
February 27, 2017
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