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Luisenpark

Luisenpark is on the left bank of the River Neckar in Mannheim. Using a bequest from a scientist (Carl Casimir Wilhelm Fuchs) the park was made between 1892 and 1903 to a design by Philip Siesmayer. It is named after Marie Louise Elisabeth of Prussia (1838-1923). The Chinese garden was opened in 2001 and is known as The garden of Many Views (多 景园 Duojingyuan). It was made by Chinese craftsmen Mannheim's sister city Zhenjiang, in Jiangsu Province, with the the Klaus Tschira Foundation and the East Asia Institute in Ludwigshafen.

Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert

Theodor-Heuss-Anlage 2, Mannheim, South West, Germany

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