Gardens of the World in Berlin
There is a special garden, located in east part of Berlin. It was opened on 15 October 2000 by opening the Chinese “Garden of the Reclaimed Moon“. In following years next gardens were added, first the Japanese, Balinese and Korean Garden and then subsequently Oriental Garden, the Maze and Labyrinth, the Karl Foerster Perennial Garden, the Renaissance Garden and finally in spring 2011, the Christian Garden.

The garden, in the form of a recreation park, covers an area of approx. 21 ha. It includes smaller gardens, each in separate style:


Chinese "Garden of the reclaimed Moon". This garden was created the framework of the city partnership between Berlin and Beijing. It presents the style of Northern Chinese landscaping full of the simplicity and soft colors. The center of the garden consists of a large lake, which is surrounded by buildings, bridges and open areas.

Christian Garden. It can be called as contemporary interpretation and presentation of a garden in the cloistered courtyard. The walkway around the garden is surrounded by a beech hedge and horizontally arranged metal rows, varnished in gold showing the text from the Old and New Testaments and from philosophy.

Japanese "Garden of Merging water" includes elements of the classical Zen style together with dry raked gravel surfaces. It was designed by Zen priest and landscape architect Shunmyo Masuno within the framework of the city partnership between Berlin and Tokyo.

Karl Foerster Perennial Garden. This part of the garden is devoted to great German botanist and gardener Karl Foerster. Visitors can admire here magnificent perennials such as delphiniums, heleniums and asters.

Korean "Seoul garden". The garden merging the elements of Korean culture and surrounding nature consists of a pavilion and an estate rich in sculptural decoration and split into four courts. The garden is a gift from the city of Seoul.

Maze and Labyrinth. A maze in the style of the park of the British royal palace Hampton Court near London and a floor labyrinth in the style of the Gothic Cathedral of Chartres in France. The visitors can see the differences between these two types of garden elements.

Oriental "Garden of the four streams". This garden allows to learn garden tradition of different Islamic countries, tradition originated in Persian gardens. It layout is based on four quarters divided by four rivers and enclosed by walls, usually with a pavilion in the middle.






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Oriental Garden
Oriental Garden
Oriental Garden
Oriental Garden
Oriental Garden
Maze and Labyrinth
Maze and Labyrinth
Maze and Labyrinth
Maze and Labyrinth
Maze and Labyrinth
Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden
Chinese Garden
Karl Foerster Perennial Garden
Karl Foerster Perennial Garden
Karl Foerster Perennial Garden
Christian Garden
Christian Garden
Christian Garden
Christian Garden
Japanese Garden
Japanese Garden
Japanese Garden
Japanese Garden
Korean garden
Korean garden
Korean garden
Korean garden
Korean garden
Korean garden