Europäischer Hugenottenpark, park

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The two-hectare Europäischer Hugenottenpark (European Huguenot Park) can be found behind the Uckermärkische Bühnen Schwedt building. The former palace garden was designed as a baroque garden in the 17th century.
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  • Skulptur im Europäischen Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
  • Infotafel im Europäischen Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
  • Europäischer Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
  • Eingang zum Europäischen Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
Today, the park still provides an impression of how the gardens were laid out, with pergolas and an arbour walk, among other things. Part of the old stock of trees, consisting mainly of horse chestnuts, lindens, yew trees, robinia, field elms, sycamores, copper beech and hornbeam, still stands.

Copies of seven sandstone sculptures depicting ancient deities and muses are a reminder of what the gardens were like. There used to be twenty-six figures from the workshop of court sculptor Carl Philipp Glume in Potsdam. The sights at the gardens include the sundial dating from 1740, which is precise almost to the minute. The stone pathway and Huguenot cross in the gardens along the Hohensaaten-Friedrichsthaler waterway symbolise the long journey of the Huguenots to Uckermark.
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The two-hectare Europäischer Hugenottenpark (European Huguenot Park) can be found behind the Uckermärkische Bühnen Schwedt building. The former palace garden was designed as a baroque garden in the 17th century.
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  • Skulptur im Europäischen Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
  • Infotafel im Europäischen Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
  • Europäischer Hugenottenpark, Foto: Anja Warning
Today, the park still provides an impression of how the gardens were laid out, with pergolas and an arbour walk, among other things. Part of the old stock of trees, consisting mainly of horse chestnuts, lindens, yew trees, robinia, field elms, sycamores, copper beech and hornbeam, still stands.

Copies of seven sandstone sculptures depicting ancient deities and muses are a reminder of what the gardens were like. There used to be twenty-six figures from the workshop of court sculptor Carl Philipp Glume in Potsdam. The sights at the gardens include the sundial dating from 1740, which is precise almost to the minute. The stone pathway and Huguenot cross in the gardens along the Hohensaaten-Friedrichsthaler waterway symbolise the long journey of the Huguenots to Uckermark.
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Berliner Straße 46-48

16303 Schwedt/Oder

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