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Hortillonnages International Garden Festival – Amiens 2019


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Gardens of peace


australian garden

Around the Pheasant Wood Cemetery

Car park of the museum of the battle of Fromelles :
Rue de la Basse ville, 59249 Fromelles

Le Quesnoy

new-zealand garden
portuguese garden
belgian garden

At the foot of the fortifications

59530 Le Quesnoy


canadian garden

Near the reception center

Canadian Memorial Park, Chemin des Canadiens, RD55, 62580 Vimy



french garden

Near the ring of Memory

D58E3, Chemin du mont de Lorette, 62153 Ablain-Saint-Nazaire



scottish garden

Near the cemetery of Faubourg d’Amiens

Boulevard du Général de Gaulle, 62000 Arras



english garden
welsh garden

between the reception center and the British memorial

Thiepval Mémorial 80300 Authuille


irish garden
northern ireland garden

in the moats of the castle

Square André Audinot, 80200 Péronne

Craonne - Chemin des Dames

german garden
italian garden
moroccan garden

Car Park of the Observatory Tower of Chemin des Dames, 02160 Craonne

Clairière de l'Armistice

franco-german garden

Clairière de l’Armistice

Garden of Peace

• Belgium Garden of Peace at la Chartreuse de Neuville
> until September 8th at 11:59 pm

Appel à candidatures FR Call for proposal EN

• French-British Garden of Peace near Cambrai Tank 1917
> until September 8th at 11:59 pm

Call for proposal FR & EN

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.

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

• Near to Cambrai > French-British garden / 2019
• Le Quesnoy > New Zealand garden, Belgian garden / 2018 –
Portuguese garden / 2019

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

• Arras > Scottish garden / 2018
• Near to Lens > Polish garden / 2019
• Neuville-Saint-Vaast> Czech and Slovakian garden / 2019
• Neuville-sous-Montreuil, Chartreuse > French-Belgian garden / 2019
• Notre-Dame-de-Lorette > French garden / 2018
• Vimy > Canadian garden / 2018

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

• Passchendaele > French garden / 2019