Why are these 60 people standing in the landscape? Are they allowed to do what they are doing in this public park? Yes! You are entering the Polish-German Gardens, a park revitalised by the joint forces of the German Embassy in Warsaw, the Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation and the city of Warsaw.
During its building time of three years, the public and private institutions (over 25 have joined the project already!) have managed to plant many trees, hedges and smaller plants, install a high swing (currently it’s the highest swing in Poland!) and partly revitalise the ground. Also, there is an information point at the corner of Zieleniecka & Wedla streets. The entrance from ul. Międzynarodowa will be finished inside 2019.
Come in for a stroll (the philosophy of the Gardens is just to enjoy this peaceful and quiet place), look at the ducks or take part in one of voluntary works in the autumn or spring. There is nothing better than being in the fresh air and in international surroundings. And if you want to make yourself seen, for 500 euro you can buy a tree to mark your stay in Warsaw.
Currently there is an art contest for an object in the Gardens – 100,000 PLN to be won for a concept of it. Read on at the Gardens’ homepage.