While ago I planned to start describing one part of my garden at the end of the each month. Well, apart from the first and only post, I didn’t really move from there. Not so long ago I stumbled upon one gardening blog, which started a trend of reviewing the garden at the end of the each month. Anyone can join in with their review, and a lot of people actually do so, sharing their blog posts in the comments of the original poster of the view. So I thought to my self, this is what I wanted to write about anyways, but in this way I just might push myself to write about the garden on a regular basis. Let’s see if I manage.
Sremski Karlovci is home to a unique urban park – the ‘Royal Garden’. Built in 19th century, the park carries with itself a turbulent and rich history. Originally constructed for educational purposes as an arboretum, the park was a magnificent example of landscape architecture. After the WW2, darker times fall upon it. In the second half of 20th century, the park is starting to decline. In the last 10 years, the park was partially revived and it is starting to show signs of its former glory. Continue reading Serenity among the trees – ‘Royal Garden’
Pančevo is a town in south-east part of Vojvodina, Serbia. The town is often known for its pollution and heavy industry that surrounds it. Upon visiting the town, I was pleasantly surprised about the landscape of it. What I liked the most, were out-of-the-box ideas for park and other public space decorations. Take a look on your own. Continue reading Green and innovative – Parks of Pančevo