The monastery gardens of the former Cistercian Abbey of Neuzelle date from the Baroque period and are of great historical importance.
The restoration and care of the monuments follows the guiding principle of restoring the gardens with their originally very differentiated design to their baroque fullness. The Abbot’s Garden and the Convent Garden are characterized by a great variety of different plantings, fixtures and garden elements. A contrast to this is formed by the simply designed courtyards and the monastery square, which stand out primarily through their fieldstone paving and the surrounding buildings. The entire urban ensemble of the monastery is included in the design and has been restored in sections since 2002.
Location: Neuzelle, Brandenburg