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  • Forstbotanischer Garten Köln
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    Forstbotanischer Garten Köln

    The Forstbotanischer Garten Köln (25 hectares) is an arboretum and woodland botanical garden located at Schillingsrotterstraße 100, Rodenkirchen, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It forms part of the city's outer green belt and is open daily without charge.

    The garden was created between 1962-1964 on a former military site which was, until the end of World War I, a part of the Äußerer Festungsring Köln, the outer ring of fortresses surrounding Cologne. Its ruins have been integrated into the plantings as a rock garden. In the 1980s, an adjoining natural area was created as the Friedenswald with additional tree plantings.

    Today the garden contains exotic and native trees. Of particular interest are the Rhododendron ravine, heather garden, peonies (Paeonia), Japanese plantings (including Acer palmatum, Cercidiphyllum, and Bambusoideae), and North American plantings (1.5 hectares, including Sequoiadendron giganteum, Pinus ponderosa, and Abies concolor). The Friedenswald (20 hectares) contains a large meadow surrounded by deciduous and coniferous forests containing trees and shrubs from all nations with which Germany has diplomatic relations; tropical and subtropical species are represented by symbolic trees.



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Rodenkirchen Overview

Rodenkirchen is a southern borough of Cologne (Cologne vacation rentals | Cologne travel guide) (Köln) in Germany. It has about 100,000 inhabitants and covers an area of 54.56 square kilometres (21.06 mile²). The borough includes the districts Bayenthal, Godorf, Hahnwald, Immendorf, Marienburg, Meschenich, Raderberg, Raderthal, Rodenkirchen, Sürth, Rondorf, Weiß and Zollstock

Rodenkirchen bordered on the north by the 1st District downtown, the west by the Rhine, separated in the 7th District Porz (Porz vacation rentals | Porz travel guide), in the south to the City of Wesseling in the southwest to the city of Brühl (Brühl vacation rentals | Brühl travel guide) and in the west to the city Hürth (Hürth vacation rentals | Hürth travel guide).

Things to See in Rodenkirchen

Cologne Rodenkirchen Bridge

Maternus-Shrine

Villa Malta

Alt St. Maternus

St. Maternus was built according to the plans of Vinvenz Statz from 1863 to 1867 at the former place of the Carthusian.

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More about the History of Rodenkirchen

Rodenkirchen was established on 1 January 1975 following the incorporation of the formerly independent village Rodenkirchen and the City of Wesseling in the city of Cologne (Cologne vacation rentals | Cologne travel guide). In addition, as far back as 1888 it incorporated some of the neighborhoods assigned to the municipality. By a successful action against the constitution-Cologne Act, the District Wesseling on 1 July 1976 was given back its independence.

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Rodenkirchen is a southern borough of Cologne (Köln) in Germany. It has about 100,000 inhabitants and covers an area of 54.56 square kilometres (21.06 mile²). The borough includes the districts Bayenthal, Godorf, Hahnwald, Immendorf, Marienburg, Meschenich, Raderberg, Raderthal, Rodenkirchen, Sürth, Rondorf, Weiß and Zollstock

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