Monday, 11 July 2016

Korean Garden no. 2 #GardensOfFrankfurt



It’s easy to think that a city such as Frankfurt, with its skyline and function as the financial centre of Europe doesn’t have many green spaces - but that isn’t the case. Frankfurt has over 50 green areas in the city, from the very centre, out to the city border. In this series of 4 posts, I am going to show and tell you about 4 different gardens in Frankfurt that I have discovered in the last few weeks – so, if you would like to find out about them all, then make sure you stay tuned for more!


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Korean Garden
The Korean Garden is located inside the Gr√ľneburg Park and originated as part of the 2005 Frankfurt Book Fair, to which Korea was the guest of honour. As you enter the garden, you are met by a sense and feeling of peace and serenity – the creators of the garden say that it symbolises long life. The 2 pavilions and ponds are the centre of the garden and provide the perfect location to mediate, reflect, relax; or even do yoga. It really is a beautiful location and if you’re lucky, you might just see some frogs resting on the lily pads.


Check out the blogposts about no. 1 of the Korean Garden here. And here you can find the links for the Bolongarogarten no. 1 here and no. 2 here and the Nizza Garden here







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