Marlygarten in Sanssouci Park

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During the reign of the “The Soldier-King”, Frederick William I, cabbages and turnips were grown in the Marlygarten garden for the castle kitchen. In the 19th century, the garden designer Peter Joseph Lenné eventually designed a particularly beautiful park area at this location.
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  • Der Marlygarten im Park Sanssouci, Foto: terra press Berlin
  • Die Blüten des Tulpenbaumes im Marlygarten, Foto: terra press Berlin
  • Der Judasbaum im Marlygarten steht in voller Blüte, Foto: terra press Berlin
The main path through the Marlygarten leads to a gardener's lodge dating back to the time when Sanssouci Palace was built. Here stands a marble statue of Frederick the Great from 1899. It portrays the king while he was still young, looking into the distance with a walking stick in his hand.

The botanical highlights of the park include the chaste trees to the left and right of the statue of Jesus, a dove tree, ginkgo trees, a Judas tree right next to the garden administration office and the tulip tree towering over everything.

The garden is open to the public as part of Sanssouci Park.
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During the reign of the “The Soldier-King”, Frederick William I, cabbages and turnips were grown in the Marlygarten garden for the castle kitchen. In the 19th century, the garden designer Peter Joseph Lenné eventually designed a particularly beautiful park area at this location.
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  • Der Marlygarten im Park Sanssouci, Foto: terra press Berlin
  • Die Blüten des Tulpenbaumes im Marlygarten, Foto: terra press Berlin
  • Der Judasbaum im Marlygarten steht in voller Blüte, Foto: terra press Berlin
The main path through the Marlygarten leads to a gardener's lodge dating back to the time when Sanssouci Palace was built. Here stands a marble statue of Frederick the Great from 1899. It portrays the king while he was still young, looking into the distance with a walking stick in his hand.

The botanical highlights of the park include the chaste trees to the left and right of the statue of Jesus, a dove tree, ginkgo trees, a Judas tree right next to the garden administration office and the tulip tree towering over everything.

The garden is open to the public as part of Sanssouci Park.
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