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Philippsruhe Castle Orangery
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In 1700, Count Philipp Reinhard von Hanau-Lichtenberg built in Hanau Kesselstadt a summer residence. In 1706, a French-style parterre garden was installed. Of course, an orangery was desirable. Oranges and other exotic plants were popular and an orangery provided adequate protection for the sensitive plants.

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Uploaded: 21/09/2011
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