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Visit the Garden for Peace

Visit the Garden for Peace


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Here we are at the foot of the citadel of Bitche, a town in Moselle with a military past, housed in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Northern Vosges. Stretching over nearly 1,500 meters, around a belvedere promenade, the garden that we discover here is thought of as a link intended to reconcile the country of Bitche with its history. Structured in around twenty spaces entrusted each year to contemporary artists, this Garden for Peace is also intended to be a space that promotes creativity and exchanges. Here, the creations are mostly ephemeral, each testifying to improbable encounters and generous artistic exchanges.

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## Predator or guardian? This funny bird understood everything about the art of camouflage. Dressed in greenery, he lets his tall figure hover over the surrounding flower beds. Is he looking for a snack slug? Or does he keep an eye on careless passers-by?

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## A walk marked by stopovers of discovery The various ephemeral horticultural creations constitute as many invitations to make stopovers along the belvedere walk.

Garden for Peace


Bitche JC Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## Biodiversity, sharing and artistic expression in the heart of the gardens The Garden for Peace is based on a new concept of flowering, respectful of biodiversity, but also based on sharing and attentive to expression artistic.

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## Alliance of nature and traditional skills To open up new avenues for creativity, gardeners make contacts with professionals from specialized sectors, such as local glass craftsmen.

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## Like an air of Comté… Does this scene appear before our eyes when coming out of the hole of a hobbit? All round and bucolic, it exudes the same friendliness as the habitat of these little men.

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## An invitation to take the time ... "To sit on a bench for five minutes with you, and watch people while there are ...". Is it not, to use the famous expression of singer Renaud, what seems to invite us to this funny gardener?

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## A massif energized by astonishing colorful stakes Stretched towards the sky, these colored stakes of varying heights echo the silhouettes of the flowers between which they are inserted. The advantage? In winter, a massif from which rhythm and color continue to emerge.

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## A fun invitation to discover the garden Here is a garden that will certainly appeal to the youngest. Cheerful and colorful, it invites to the fun discovery of plants and market gardening.

Garden for Peace


Bitche J.C. Kanny - Moselle Tourisme ## Nothing traditional here, to the delight of the eyes! Rather than planting traditional massifs, the green space teams are resolutely open to experimentation in the choice of flowers and decoration.