Plauen City Park

Unweit vom Stadtzentrum gelegen, liegt der 18 Hektar große 100-jährige historische Stadtpark.

Dieser einzigartige Naturpark im Herzen der Spitzenstadt Plauen verfügt über zahlreiche und wertvolle Laub- und Nadelholzarten, so z.B. über eine Stieleiche, eine Rummelische Kiefer, eine Colorado Tanne, einen Kolchischen Ahorn, eine Platane und auch über einen Mammutbaum.

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Copyright: Thomas Spanner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 24/03/2012
Uploaded: 12/05/2012
Updated: 22/08/2014


Tags: park; plauen; stadt; sachsen; saxonia; city; trees; laubbaum; deciduous tree; nadelbaum; conifer; stieleiche; oak; colorado tanne; colorado spruce; erholung; urlaub; relaxation; holiday; ententeich; schwäne; enten; teich; vogelvolieren; duck; swans; duck pond; bird aviaries
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