Photographer's Note

Yesterday I showed you some Korean totem poles from "Gärten der Welt" (= gardens of the world) a wonderful, spectacular and really well-kept park in Marzahn, a district of Berlin in the very east of the city. There you can see amongst others an Italian Renaissance garden, a Balinese garden, a Japanese garden, an oriental garden, a Chinese garden - all with impressive and original buildings of these regions. There's also a great labyrinth planted out of yew trees and several restaurants. More gardens with special themes currently are planned .

Here I show you a part of the Japanese garden, a self-enclosed garden world with a pavilion, ponds, waterscapes, dry garden, and imposing stone installations. It displays typical Japanese plants, like Japanese maple, Japanese flowering dogwoods or Japanese lavender.
If you are interested you can read more about this Japanese garden HERE.

In workshop you can see other parts of this dry garden.

Using the map view right hand you can see this wonderful part of "Gärten der Welt".

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