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Hortillonnages International Garden Festival – Amiens 2019

 


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Gardens of peace in the Hauts-de-France

Arras

Scottish Garden of Peace > Pipper’s peace, 2018
Near the cemetery of Faubourg d’Amiens
Boulevard du Général de Gaulle, 62000 Arras

 

Flesquières, near Cambrai

French-english Garden of Peace > 2020 creation 

Lens, near by

Polish Garden of Peace > 2020 creation 

Le Quesnoy

Belgian Garden of Peace > The assault of the remparts, 2018
New-zealand Garden of Peace > Rangimarie, 2018
Portuguese Garden of Peace > 2020 creation 
At the foot of the fortifications
59530 Le Quesnoy

Neuville-Saint-Vaast

Czech & Slovak Garden of Peace > The walk of peace, 2018
near the National Necropolis of Neuville-Saint-Vaast
62580 Neuville-Saint-Vaast

Notre-Dame-de-Lorette

French Garden of Peace > A walk in the undergrowth, light and transparencies, 2018
Near the ring of Memory
D58E3, Chemin du mont de Lorette
62153 Ablain-Saint-Nazaire

 

Passchendaele

French Garden of Peace > The 100 year old garden, 2019
Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917,
8980 Zonnebeke
Belgium

Péronne

Irish & Northern Ireland Garden of Peace > The garden of Eutychia, 2018
in the moats of the castle
Square André Audinot
80200 Péronne

Thiepval

English Garden of Peace > Pax Dryades, 2018
Welsh Garden of Peace > Trwy goetir yn ysgafn, Through a woodland gently, 2018
between the reception center and the British memorial
Thiepval Mémorial
80300 Authuille

Vimy

Canadian Garden of Peace > Flag, 2018
Near the reception center
Canadian Memorial Park
Chemin des Canadiens, RD55
62580 Vimy

 

Scarred by the brutality of the twentieth century conflicts, the Hauts-de-France Region has chosen to celebrate the heritage of tomorrow and to affirm its resilience in the form of landscape art. The Centenary Mission of the First World War and Art & Gardens | Hauts-de-France have developed a creative and innovative project in the colours of the nations who suffered during the Great War and who jointly choose to embrace the cause of peace in the contemporary world. These gardens are the work of landscape architects from the warring countries. In 2018, 12 Gardens of Peace were built near to or on the memorial sites of the Great War in the five counties of the Hauts-de-France. By 2022, 35 gardens will be produced, creating a Peace Trail which will complement the existing Remembrance Trail.

AISNE
• Craonne, on the Chemin des Dames > German garden, Italian garden and Moroccan garden / 2018

NORD
• Flesquières, near to Cambrai > French-British garden / 2020
• Le Quesnoy > Belgian garden – Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen Micro-projet | Microproject PLATo and New Zealand garden / 2018 – Portuguese garden / 2019-2020

OISE
• Compiègne, in the Armistice Glade > French-German garden / 2018

PAS-DE-CALAIS
• Arras > Scottish garden / 2018
• Lens, near by > Polish garden / 2020
• Neuville-Saint-Vaast > Czech and Slovakian garden / 2019
• Notre-Dame-de-Lorette > French garden / 2018
• Vimy > Canadian garden / 2018

SOMME
• Péronne > Irish and Northern Irish garden / 2018
• Thiepval > English garden and Welsh garden / 2018

BELGIQUE
• Passchendaele > French garden – Interreg France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen Micro-projet | Microproject PLATo / 2019

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