World-class garden artwork
In Romanticism, nature was supposed to be one thing above all: natural. As a romantic landscape park, the Fürst-Pückler-Park Bad Muskau thus represents the greatest possible contrast to the baroque geometry of courtly garden art.

At the time of Prince Herman von Pückler-Muskau, the ornamental garden art developed into scenic landscape art. The prince, who became known above all as a travel writer, combined plants and landscape to create a total work of art rich in perspectives, which brought the style as far as the USA.

Two-thirds on Polish and one-third on German territory, the extensive UNESCO World Heritage Site is now a testimony to European integration. The castle in the heart of the park, which burned down completely during the Second World War, has now been almost completely rebuilt and houses the exhibition "Pückler! Pückler? Just unbelievable!«. You can enjoy a fantastic view over the entire Fürst-Pückler-Park Bad Muskau from the 35-metre-high castle tower.


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