A Visit to Japanese Garden in Kaiserslautern

We were in Kaiserslautern last weekend for a bus trip to Paris, France. We don’t have the chance to visit The Japanese Garden for the second time due to time constraints. At least we were there last June 2007. It was almost two years ago.

The Japanese Garden was opened in Kaiserslautern in April 2000 and belongs to the largest gardens of its kind in Europe. You can experience here the beauty of nature and can also take some rest and meditation. There are selected plants in this garden. Beautiful ponds, waterfalls, fishes, lantern lights and stone arrangements also create an atmosphere of the Far East where body and soul come to take some moments of rest.

If I have to go walking in this beautiful garden everyday, I believed I don’t need Lipovox anymore! have fun viewing this site!

p.s. the photo above was taken last June 2007 during our visit to the Japanese Garden in Kaiserslautern or Ktown as called by the Americans

 
 

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