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The Schlosspark Bad Homburg and the Landgräfliche Gartenlandschaft of the City of Bad Homburg were jointly included into the EGHN during a ceremony on 5 October 2022.
The Schlosspark, which was designed over the course of several centuries, is very attractive with its numerous garden rooms and hillside location. A remarkable work of garden art, the Landgräfliche Gartenlandschaft extends from the park. Along a kilometres-long axis – the so-called Tannenwaldallee and its extension, the Elisabethenschneise – lay gardens designed and further developed by two generations of landgraves and their wives between 1770 and 1840. Of the original 14 gardens, Gustavsgarten, Kleiner Tannenwald, Forstgarten and Hirschgarten as well as parts of the pleasure forest “Die Große Tanne” can still be visited today. These varied and individually designed gardens have been restored and maintained for around two decades now in accordance with the standards for the preservation of historical gardens.
This links to the presentation of Schlosspark and Landgräfliche Gartenlandschaft on the EGHN website.