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The Chinese Garden is the oldest themed garden in Marzahn and has existed since 2000. It is dominated by the large lake with its water lilies and the Chinese buildings. In the large teahouse on the east bank you can enjoy Chinese delicacies and you can even get married in the so-called "stone boat" on the south bank.
March 14, 2018
The name of a Chinese garden often refers to the life story of its owner. The Chinese Garden, planned in 1994 as part of a city partnership between Beijing and Berlin, bears the poetic name “Garden of the regained moon”, with the moon symbolizing the reunification of the once divided city of Berlin.
The Chinese Garden is the first "garden in the world" and an original work of Chinese garden culture. The main idea behind the design was to translate the ancient garden art from China into the present. The garden is both a new creation and a reminder and representation of Chinese culture, which enters into a symbolic dialogue with the city of Berlin.
In the center of the garden you will find the “mirror of heaven”: a 4,500 square meter lake, which is surrounded by richly planted hilly landscapes, various bridges, various buildings and squares.
July 22, 2020
The Chinese garden is not only the first themed garden, but also by far the largest and most extensive. You can circle the lake once and always have great new views. There are several gastronomic facilities and also a public toilet.
October 30, 2022
The Chinese Garden was the first garden to be completed as part of the Gardens of the World project. A very nice tea house, with open space on the small lake. With the small bridges, the ambulatory walkways, the pagodas on and in the lake, the interesting stones and waterfalls, one never gets tired of admiring this beauty. And every year when I come back, I find something new to admire here.
This spring, a model Chinese junk was launched.
April 10, 2022
A beautifully landscaped Chinese garden. It invites you to relax and drink tea, and Chinese dishes are also available on site.
Be outside today in pleasant weather and see the gardens of the world.
September 14, 2022
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