Gardens without borders

Gardens without Borders is a unique network of small and large gardens in Germany, France and Luxembourg. This network has set itself the goal of reviving the tradition of the gardens of Eastern France, Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate. It is the result of the cross-border cooperation between Saarland, the Département Moselle and Luxembourg. EU funding for the project made it possible to rework existing garden complexes and to lay out new ones. Today, 23 gardens from different epochs and based on various themes await the visitors.

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Baroque Garden Perl

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Perl

In the same way that it is inconceivable to imagine a Baroque castle without a garden, it is inconceivable to imagine the Baroque Garden in Perl without the stately house of the von Nell family, the Quirinius Chapel and the parish church of Perl.

area: 2.900 m²

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Lakeside Garden

Garden

Losheim am See

Whether it's spring, summer, autumn or winter - there is always something to see.

area: 50.000 m²

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Senses Garden

Garden

Merzig

Located on the Kreuzberg plateau, the garden covers an area of 2.5 hectares.

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Roman Gardens of the Villa Borg

Garden

Perl

Wherever the Romans settled, they brought their plants with them.

area: 7000 m²

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Saar Garden Beckingen

Garden

Beckingen

A broad, green expanse of neat parkland stretches down to the River Saar.

Area: 32.000 m²

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Castle Garden

Garden

Wadern

Nature and culture meet in the Schlossgarten Dagstuhl

Surface area: 1500 m²

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Perennial Garden Weiskirchen

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Weiskirchen

From April to October, the Weiskirchen‘s Staudengarten English-style borders are full of flowers.

area: 1700m²

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Garden of Encounter

Garden

Merzig

This jewel of four themed garden areas at the back of the CEB Academy is a special treat for visitors.

area: 2.500 m²

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St Peter’s Parish Garden

Garden

Merzig

Once upon a time, parish gardens such as that of St Peter’s, which dates back to the 12th century, secured the livelihood of the priest.

area: 4.000 m²

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