East Park in Wroclaw

 

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Stretching over 30 hectares of land at the fork of the river Olawa with an entrance in Krakowska Street, the park, designed by R. Konwiarz in the early 1920s, is one of the newest in Wroclaw. It's close vicinity to the Olawa is responsible for its natural character, the old trees and meadows were retained with careful attention to the groupings of trees and shrubs.

Natural green areas were combined with new stretches of cultivated land, especially around the ponds. The park was seriously damaged in the 1997 flood but has been rebuilt since together with a playground for children.



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