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The All Saints' Herb Garden is a reconstruction of the medieval herb garden, which was cultivated by the monks in days gone by. Several medicinal plants and seasoning herbs can be found ther...
In keeping with the spirit of romance, landscaped park of high gardening heritage value, picturesquely situated overlooking the Old Town. The park, made in the beginning of the 19th century,...
The, in 1914 inaugurated Schaffhausen forest cemetery, is a special place for peace and contemplation. According to the model of Munich’s forest cemetery, the Munich councillor for building ...
One of Schaffhausen’s most popular parks called, Lindli, stretches along the banks of the Rhine. Its existence is, on the one hand thanks to the start of tourism in the second half of the 19...
Rosengarten, the rose garden, is situated next to the entrance of the Munot Fortress and covers an area of about 2,000 sq.m. In 1981 the town nursery together with the Swiss association of r...
The Breitenau Clinic park is one of the most important historical public parks. It was designed in 1891 as the institution’s garden and landscaped to look like an English garden. Not only is...
Neuhausen am Rheinfall
Formerly, the approx. 300 sq.m. large rose garden was superbly designed by the Swiss “Father of Roses”, Dietrich Woessner, as a style and testing garden.
The fact that the roses were deplete...
Upper school, Gräfler was built according to the architect, Walter M.Förderer’s, draft. At the beginning of the 1990’s, a redesign and maintenance concept for an area of 2 ha was developed a...
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