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The Rivierenhof is an important woodland and wildlife refuge on the edge of Antwerp with origins and buildings dating back to the 16th century.
An excellent example of a clear and concise management plan that meets the Green Flag Award criteria.
In 2019 Parque da Cidade or 'City Park' became one of the first Green Flag Award winners in Portugal. Take a deep dive into management planning.
Hamilton Gardens is the most visited tourist attraction in Waikato, New Zealand. It tells the Story of Gardens through themed gardens.
Northala Fields is a modern park which pioneered the economic and environmental viability of constructing new public space from waste materials.
The Phoenix Park in Dublin is a historic landscape of international importance and one of the largest designed landscapes
in any European city.
Jointly managed by the Local Authority and the Woodland Trust, this site demonstrates a dynamic approach to biodiversity on an historic estate.
One of the original 'pleasure gardens' of London - dating back to the the mid-17th century now a regenerated public park.
The world's first publicly funded park has a wealth of history on the edge of Liverpool. Designed by prominent landscape visionary Joseph Paxton.
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