Franco-german garden - Things to Know Before Visiting
Hirtenwies 44, 66117 Saarbrücken, Germany
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About Franco-german garden
This 50-hectare park provides wide choices for visitors to relax and enjoy. It has a beautiful lake, and it offers an ideal opportunity for a great walk. There is also a wide selection of cafés and restaurants in the area, offering everything from snacks, coffee, and cake to small meals and three-course dinners.
Attractions Near Franco-german garden
Located in Old Saarbrücken, Germany, it is a Lutheran baroque-style church built in 1775. It is the symbol of the city and one of the most important Protestant churches in the country.
It was built in 1938 and officially called Saarländisches Staatstheater since 1971. It has several divisions and offers annually around 30 new productions and 700 events for more than 200,000 people.
An art museum in Saarbrücken, Saarland state in Germany. It is divided into three sites; the Palace Church, Old collection and Modern gallery, and each site have a different specialism.
It is also called Saarbrücken Basilica, a catholic basilica located in St. John's market in Saarbrücken, Germany. Its temple was administered at the time of the Reformation by a noble Protestant. It was built on the chapel's site of the same name by the architect Friedrich Joachim Stengel between 1754 and 1758 and got redesigned to the original baroque between 1972 and 1975.
The former town hall of St. Johann, and today's town hall of Saarbrücken was built in an area northwest of the historic city center that developed between 1897 and 1900. It provides the venue for more than 1,000 marriages a year in a festive atmosphere.
This 13-hectare zoo has over 200,000 visitors annually. The zoo has over 1.700 animals from 160 species. It is the largest Zoo in Saarland and it specializes in African animals.
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Discover More Attractions in Saarland, Where Franco-german garden Is Located
Saarland is a southwestern German state in the border of France and Luxembourg, with an area of 2,570 km2 representing 0.72% of the German landmass and a total population of 990,509. It is named after the Saar River. Saarbrücken is the state's capital, the largest and most populated city in the state. Due to the Saarland location near France, a large part of the population can speak French.