Landscape park-like green area on both sides of the Würm in Pasing. The beginnings go back to the year 1815, when King Maximilian I had a country castle built here. Since the beaver resettled a few years ago, the valuable tree population must be secured with wire-ropes.
After the river Würm the last ice age is named, which ended about 10,000 years ago. At that time, the glaciation extended to the upper Würmtal between Gauting and Starnberg.Since May 2019, along the Würm, there is the first Munich environmental hiking trail. With the interactive website wuermentdecken.de there is plenty of background information on nature and cultural history on the Würm in the city of Munich.
August 20, 2017
The Pasinger Stadtpark is a park in the south of the Munich district of Pasing. It is called Stadt-Park, because at the time of its foundation in 1929, this park was still the park of the city of Pasing, which was then independent - that is, before it was incorporated on April 1, 1938.The forerunner of the city park is the park that King Maximilian I had built around Planegger Strasse, at the corner of Gräfstrasse 1815, around his country house, the Prinz-Carl-Schlösschen, predecessor of today's Gatterburg Castle.In 1929 the Passionist Order of the Parish Church of the Nativity Park and Gatterburg took over and in the city administration of the then still independent city of Pasing, the two streets Gatterburgstrasse and Gatterburgsche Allee crossing the park were lifted. To compensate for this, the city of Pasing was overwritten in large parts of the park - this is when the city park was born. The park was then expanded five years later. Due to the abandonment of the former paper mill, an expansion took place in 2004.The Pasing city park begins at the city limits of Lochham, runs along the forest colony of the architect Louis Ende, which was modeled on the villa colonies of August Exter, and ends after about 1.5 kilometers at the Pasing district hospital. The park has an area of almost 20 hectares and extends on both sides of the Würm. The old parish church of the Nativity connects the city park with the monastery garden.Similar to its “big brother”, the Englischer Garten in Munich, the Pasinger Stadtpark is designed as a landscape garden: wide meadows alternate with groups of trees and the worm is artificially dammed up into several small lakes.The Pasinger Stadtpark is a monument (D-1-62-000-5156) and is located in the landscape protection area Würmniederung with extensions up to the city limits (LSG-00120.19).In the south, the Paul-Diehl-Park follows in the area of the municipality of Gräfelfing.
June 28, 2020
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