Botanischer Volkspark Blankenfelde-Pankow

Nature & recreation

Once upon a time, the largest school garden in Berlin was located on the grounds of today's Botanical Volkspark Blankenfelde-Pankow. Even today, on an area of 34 hectares, listed buildings and gardens from the beginning of the 20th century can be found, surrounded by valuable natural woods and meadows. In addition, the complex gathers thousands of partly rare plants, herbaceous perennials and plants.

 

Das Bild zeigt die Innenansicht des Schaugewächshauses.
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The listed show greenhouses

In February 2010, the three reconstructed show greenhouses were reopened to visitors.
Das Bild zeigt die Hauptachse mit Staudenpflanzung.
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The main axis

The main axis or botanical axis of the park is one of the elements of Albert Brodersen's original design that can still be seen today.
Das Bild zeigt einen Waldweg im Botanischen Volkspark.
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The park forest

The park forest is an artificially created forest mosaic of typical plant communities of Mark Brandenburg.
Eine Detailansicht der Geologischen Wand.
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The geological wall

At a length of 30 metres and a height of 2.50 metres, the wall shows a geological cross-section through the geological history of Central Europe by means of 123 different rocks from almost all parts of Germany.
Das Bild zeigt ein Feld im Botanischen Volkspark.
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Three-field farming

Three-field farming is a form of organic farming used to maintain soil health.
Das Bild zeigt Obstbaumalleen.
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The fruit tree avenues

One of the valuable elements of the Barnim cultural landscape are the fruit tree avenues, which were created at the end of the 19th century on a large scale as accompanying planting on the dams along the Rieselfelder.
Das Bild zeigt das Wildgehege im Botanischen Volkspark.
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Wildgehege [game reserve]

About 25 fallow deer live in the Botanical Volkspark Pankow.