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Koreanischer Garten

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Die ca. 4000m² große Anlage wurde 2006 eröffnet. Der Garten ist ein Geschenk der Stadt Seoul an Berlin. Die Gartengestaltung erfolgte durch eigens dafür eingeflogene Fachkräfte aus Korea. Hier wachsen Kiefern, Bambus, Eichen und Fächerahorn.

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