The Alsace-Lorraine garden

2 July 2019

The Alsace-Lorraine garden is a green oasis in the city center of Nice; it was created in 1887, along the Gambetta and Victor Hugo boulevards. He was called "King's Garden", in homage to the king of Württemberg, and was renamed at the beginning of the 1914 war, with reference to both provinces lost in 1871.

It is a 8841sqm garden which has many exotic species such as Washingtonia, Magnolia grandiflora, Norfolk pine, Phoenix reclinata ... It is lined with statues and symbolic monuments

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