Garten des Buches

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First Jewish-Christian-Muslim teaching and show garden in Germany, offering barrier-free access and situated on the monastery grounds near the monastery. It contains about seventy species of plants from the Tanakh, the Bible and the Koran and is used for the purpose of inter-religious dialogue, recreation, devotion and education. It aims to build historical and cultural bridges between the world religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The garden is designed as a labyrinth and its vegetation includes almond, apple and cedar trees. Panels feature quotes from the Holy Scriptures and provide an explanation of the religious background.
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  • Eröffnung mit Ministerin Münch 3.v.l., Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Eingang des Gartens, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Tischbeete, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Weinranken, Foto Susanne Geitz
  • Labyrinth, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Labyrinth, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Erster Spatenstich, Foto: Sascha Gebauer
  • Garten des Buches, Planung Susanne Geitz
  • Eröffnung des Gartens, Foto: Susanne Geitz
The multi-religion approach is particularly aimed at enabling visitors to discover commonalities and connections between the Abrahamic religions so as to break down prejudice. The concept derives from the idea of the shared Abrahamic roots of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. This is why the garden is named Garten des Buches (“Garden of the Book”), referring to the three Holy Scriptures – the Tanakh, the Bible and the Koran. Plants have been chosen as the connecting element between the religions.

At the centre of the garden there is a walk-through labyrinth inspired by the Chartres labyrinth. The visitor’s path follows the “path of life”, and the exit from the labyrinth leads to a triple grafted apple tree.

The garden is designed to be accessible to those with visual and/or physical limitations. Table beds allow convenient wheelchair access. Signs are in Braille and with plant relief.

The project is supported by the Jewish Community “Wiedergeburt” in Oranienburg, the Protestant Church of Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz and the Verein der Muslime in Potsdam as well as various local, regional and international organisations. The garden’s patron is Dr. Martina Münch.
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First Jewish-Christian-Muslim teaching and show garden in Germany, offering barrier-free access and situated on the monastery grounds near the monastery. It contains about seventy species of plants from the Tanakh, the Bible and the Koran and is used for the purpose of inter-religious dialogue, recreation, devotion and education. It aims to build historical and cultural bridges between the world religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The garden is designed as a labyrinth and its vegetation includes almond, apple and cedar trees. Panels feature quotes from the Holy Scriptures and provide an explanation of the religious background.
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  • Eröffnung mit Ministerin Münch 3.v.l., Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Eingang des Gartens, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Tischbeete, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Weinranken, Foto Susanne Geitz
  • Labyrinth, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Labyrinth, Foto: Susanne Geitz
  • Erster Spatenstich, Foto: Sascha Gebauer
  • Garten des Buches, Planung Susanne Geitz
The multi-religion approach is particularly aimed at enabling visitors to discover commonalities and connections between the Abrahamic religions so as to break down prejudice. The concept derives from the idea of the shared Abrahamic roots of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. This is why the garden is named Garten des Buches (“Garden of the Book”), referring to the three Holy Scriptures – the Tanakh, the Bible and the Koran. Plants have been chosen as the connecting element between the religions.

At the centre of the garden there is a walk-through labyrinth inspired by the Chartres labyrinth. The visitor’s path follows the “path of life”, and the exit from the labyrinth leads to a triple grafted apple tree.

The garden is designed to be accessible to those with visual and/or physical limitations. Table beds allow convenient wheelchair access. Signs are in Braille and with plant relief.

The project is supported by the Jewish Community “Wiedergeburt” in Oranienburg, the Protestant Church of Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz and the Verein der Muslime in Potsdam as well as various local, regional and international organisations. The garden’s patron is Dr. Martina Münch.
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