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Parks and gardens in Lille

Parks and gardens in Lille

As in many cities in Northern France, stone is a very dominant feature of Lille's landscape, but Lille also has a varied natural heritage.
Garden classified with the Garden Vauban, contemporary garden with the Garden of the Giants and many others will amaze you with their richness and diversity.
And it is on the ramparts of the Citadel Park, a vast green lung of Lille, you will encounter Soay sheep and cows Highland Castle.
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In 1596, Lille became the second French city to possess a botanical garden. Over the centuries, the collections have been cultivated in different areas. Since 1948, the Botanical Garden has occupied 11 hectares of the city's former fortifications located on the southeast side of town. Here, ...
Opened in June 2006, the Jean-Baptiste Lebas Park, which occupies a space once used for illegal parking and marred by 11 lanes of traffic, is surrounded by the boulevard of the same name. This 3-hectare (7-acre) urban park contains a large lawn with flowerbeds, play areas for children and places ...
This park, Lille's largest (60 hectares = 123 acres) and most visited, brings a breath of fresh air to the city. Encircled by the Deûle canal, the park includes the Bois de Boulogne Woods (which surround the ramparts of Vauban's Citadel) and the zoo. The Bois de Boulogne Woods are alway...
The Garden of Giants, situated in the centre of a dense urban environment, is a place for walking and for relaxing. The creation of the garden was entrusted to landscape gardeners from the Mutabilis workshop and to the architect Duncan Lewis. The garden is made up of three different areas: the ...
The Marcel Dhénin farm allows all the discovery of the animals and plants of a farm, in particular regional breeds and varieties. It proposes many animations intended for a large public, for sensitization and discovery of the regional inheritance.
Near the Citadel at the end of the Boulevard de la Liberté, the Jardin Vauban and the Daubenton and du Ramponneau squares are evidence of the vast plans for promenades and gardens that were associated with the extension of the town in the mid-19th century. Created in 1863 by the head gardener ...
This 8-hectare park, designed by Gilles Clément, leads to the Roubaix Gate (1620). It was designed to be a garden in constant evolution, changing with each season. At the centre of the park, on a 7 metres high foundation, lies an inaccessible 2500 m² island which is left to the whims of ...
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