13 lecturers, 12 garden institutions and 10 European countries participated in the IV Annual Forum on Historic Gardens, which was attended online and in person by more than 50 people
Under the topic “Historic Gardens and the Formation of the European Identity”, is the first forum celebrated after the association received its certification as Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.
The European Route of Historic Gardens (ERHG) has successfully celebrated the IV Annual Forum on Historic Gardens under the topic “Historic Gardens and the Formation of the European Identity”, the first one celebrated after the association received its certification as Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.
The Mayor of Hannover, Benit Onay, opened the meeting by highlighting the importance of the green heritage and inviting everybody to learn from it and visit it. “It is an honour for the city of Hannover to promote the Historic gardens around Europe”, he said.
This year, garden managers and garden lovers had the opportunity to attend the Forum online or in person and to share the good examples of historic gardens that were formed and designed thanks to the knowledge and influences (technical, artistic, etc,) of other historic gardens in different European countries.
The ERHG thanks all attendees and participants and invites all interested people to attend the 2022 Annual Forum, which will have the topic “Literary Gardens”.