The Georgengarten is a park in the style of the English landscape park. It is a typical late Romanesque park that was deliberately created in contrast to the baroque design ideas. The garden was named after the English Guelph King George IV. Inside are the two-kilometer-long Herrenhausen Allee, the Leibniz Temple and the Georgenpalais. The large lawns look like a wide and seemingly natural meadow meadow landscape. The many groups of trees create rooms of different sizes in various forms. This gives you varied impressions with interesting views when walking through the park. The pond with the Leibniz Temple next to it is particularly idyllic.
July 28, 2020
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