The ERHG has celebrated the second General Assembly of the year 2021 adding 12 new gardens from 3 countries to its network
Up to now, the ERHG counts with 23 full partners, representing and managing 37 gardens from 8 countries: Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany, Poland, Hungary, and Georgia.
The European Route of Historic Gardens (ERHG) has welcomed the 12 new gardens from Poland, Spain and Hungary that were adhered to its network during the celebration of its General Assembly, celebrated in Hannover, Germany, the 4th of September 2021.
Up to now, the ERHG counts with 23 full partners, representing and managing 37 gardens from 8 countries: Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany, Poland, Hungary, and Georgia. “It is a pleasure and an honour to welcome you into our network. Together, we will be able to promote the value of historic gardens and the values of the Council of Europe all around Europe”, the ERHG President, Jaume Dulsat, emphasized.
The ERHG General Assembly has been celebrated in the context of the IV ERHG Annual Forum, with the topic “Historic Gardens and the Formation of the European Identity” named after the ERHG certification as Cultural Route of the Council of Europe, received in October 2020.
The new gardens are:
- In Poland
- Garden of the Radziwiłł Palace, Nieborów
- Romantic Park in Arkadia, Arkadia
- In Spain
- Alameda de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela
- Pazo de Lourizán, Pontevedra
- Pazo de Mariñán, Bergondo
- Pazo de Oca, A Estrada
- Pazo Quinteiro da Cruz, Ribadumia
- Pazo de Rubianes, Vilagarcia de Arousa
- Pazo de Santa Cruz de Rivadulla, Vedra
- Pazo-Museo Quiñones de León, Vigo
- Castillo de Soutomaior, Soutomaior
- Esterházy Castle Park, Fertőd
The ERHG welcomes them all and is looking forward to start collaborating with them!