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Cesis Castle park

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Hidden : 08/21/2009
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is 0.5l wooden box with logbook, pencil, pencil sharpener

The castle Park is the town`s most beautiful and a favourite place for relaxation.

The park was created in the years 1812 to 1825, and includes Riekstu kalns(Nut Hill) and the area encompassed by the defensive system of Cesis Castle. This is one of the most unusual parks in the Vidzeme region. Initially, it belonged to Count Carl Sievers, who, after opening a spa institution in the castle in 1841, undertook estensive work to create a park where the covalescents could relax and walk. Previously, this was an area of vegetable and herb gardens and orchards. Created on this site of what was previously a boggy hollow was a Romantic style landscape park with an artificial pond having an island at its centre. Right up to the 1920s, the Castle Park remained outside the city limits, and only from 1935clid the town engage in the unkeep of the park at its own espense. The park has several times been altered and improved.

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