The Japanese garden of Wrocław, Poland is part of the park Szczytnicki and located close to the centennial hall. You’ll have to pay a fee to visit this place but it is worth the price: you’ll find a typical Japanese stone garden, a lake, bridges and a Japanese house. It has been created in 1913 and changed multiple times afterwards.
The garden, arranged by Fritz von Hochberg, has been built – like the centennial hall – to commemorate the Prussian liberation wars against Napoleon. After the festivities, many elements crucial for the Japanese atmosphere have been removed. From 1996 on the garden was restored with help of specialists from Nagoya and received its original Japanese flair again.
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