Park Muzakowski

Park Muzakowski - or Muskauer Park - lays on the Polish-German borders and astrides the Neisse River. It was created by Prince Hermann von Puckler-Muskau from 1815 to 1844 and the park is named after its fundator. The landscaped park of almost 560 ha - 350 ha in Poland - blends the farmer landscape and former development of landscape architecture in Europe and America. Designed as a "painting with plants", this park was not meant to be a classical landscape, paradise or some kind of perfection, instead using local plants to underline the inherent beauty of the existing landscape. This site features an arboretum and reconstructed castle and bridges dating back to the 19th century.

 
 
 
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