Celebration Program (II)
We are pleased to celebrate with you the First European Day of Historic Gardens. This year, it will be a virtual celebration, but we can still enjoy them in different ways…
Please take a virtual walk through them, observe the beauty and quietness of these days by looking at their wonderful photo galleries and participate in their activities. A whole program to honor the historical, artistic, cultural, natural and social value of the European Historic Gardens.
Parc Samà in Cambrils (Spain) will take you for a historic walk, full of memories, by sharing with you the some pictures and videos taken by their community.
¡Hoy celebramos el Día Europeo de los Jardines Históricos! Hemos preparado este video en el que mostramos cómo creamos el Invernadero de plantas tropicales “Alfonso de Fontcuberta y Samà” ¡Disfrútalo!Aquí puedes ver lo que desde la asociación European Route of Historic Gardens han preparado para celebrar este día: https://europeanhistoricgardens.eu/en/european-day-historic-gardens/#EuropeanDayHistoricGardens #ERHG
Posted by Parc Samà on Sunday, April 26, 2020
Giardino of Boboli
The Giardino of Boboli in Florence (Italy) will guide you through the gardens and share with you some of the special videos filmed these days in which you will be able to discover the eternal run up between nature and art in this Unesco World Heritage gardens.
Please, follow them on social media for more contents!
Gardens of the Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens
The twelve Gardens of the Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens are loading up pictures under the hashtag #EuropeanDayHistoricGardens and #ERHG. Please follow theim on social media to enjoy them!
Regia di Caserta Gardens
The Regia di Caserta Gardens in Caserta (Italy) have planned several virtual activities. Using Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter they are virtually opening their doors to the public publishing four “stories” related to some renowned travelers which visited the gardens over the centuries.
Please, follow them on social media from Saturday 25th to Monday 27th to find out all the surprises they have prepared and to discover this Unesco World Heritage in this special Day!
Storico Giardino Garzoni
The Storico Giardino Garzoni in Collodi (Italy) wants you to enjoy their beautiful springtime pictures and videos so that it seems as if you were there.
The Alhambra Gardens in Granada (Spain) will share with us the beauty and priceless value of this Unesco World Heritage by introducing a video filmed for this special occasion.
Please, pay attention to their website and social media for more contents!
Qué mejor manera de celebrar el primer Día Europeo de los Jardines Históricos @EU_Hist_Gardens que mostrando los de @alhambracultura @CulturaAND
Son parte de nuestra memoria, historia y patrimonio 💚 #EuropeanDayHistoricGardens #ERHG #QuédateEnCasa pic.twitter.com/9F8gg05iH9
— Rocío Díaz Jiménez (@Rocio_DiazJ) April 26, 2020
Royal Gardens of Aranjuez
Parques de Sintra Monte Da Lua
The three gardens of Parques de Sintra Monte Da Lua, in Sintra (Portugal) -Queluz, Pena and Monserrate- have prepared a special challenge for all of us: “Shared gardens, lived gardens”, an initiative to invite us to share pictures that illustrate our experiences in these three gardens. They are also delighting us with the springtime pictures of their gardens and the video “The Garden of Malta” filmed at the National Palace of Queluz he Garden of Malta. And you can find a special page in ther website to celebrate the European Day of Historic Gardens: Shared gardens, lived gardens.
Please, follow their website and social media for more contents!
The role of Historic Gardens and the present COVID-19 situation
The European Route of Historic Gardens is proud to celebrate this Day even in the present circumstances. Our garden members are showing their sense of union and commitment with the purpose of our association. They are all working hard to maintain the gardens, so that when we finally can go and visit them, they will shine more than ever. Please read their reflections on the role of Historic Gardens and the present COVID-19 situation: