Saxon Garden, Warsaw

Location: Warsaw
Saxon Garden, Warsaw

Saxon Garden – urban park in downtown Warsaw, Srodmiescie Polnocne, loctaed between Marshall Jozef Pilsudski, Za Zelazna Brama Square and Krolewska Street, on Saska Os. Primarly geometrical French Garden maintained 1724-1748 for King August II Mighty, designef by Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann and Zachariasa Longuelune with support (as of 1733) Carla Friedrich Pöppelmann and i Johann Christoph von Naumann as garden of the Saski Palace. It was devastated during Kosciuszko Uprising (1794), recomposed for English Landscape Park in 1816-1827 according to design of James Savage. Partially, edstroyed during Warsaw Uprising (1944), was reconstructed after the War. It was the first public urban garden in Poland.

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Key words
Warsaw, Srodmiescie, Saxon Garden, park, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, monument, fountain, park alley, bench, english garden, pond, sculpture
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