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  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin

Großer Tiergarten

Preservation of historical landmarks


Since 1991, the "Großer Tiergarten Berlin" park has been protected as a historical landmark on the basis of its outstanding historical and artistic importance.
Park preservation work exists in the form of long-term instructions for all maintenance, preservation and on-site development measures. These were commissioned in 1984 and updated between 2011 and 2014.

In 1987, it was possible to implement a whole series of recommendations for park maintenance within the framework of extensive historical landmark preservation activities during the 750-year anniversary of the city of Berlin. Numerous Baroque avenues, Großfürstenplatz, Zeltenplatz and Luiseninsel were renovated; after the fall of the Berlin Wall Lenné's Baumsaal on Ebertstraße was replanted, the Promenade on the southern edge of the Tiergarten was renovated, and many monuments were restored.

After the renaturation of the post-war bypass road "Entlastungsstraße" and its relocation to a tunnel, Floraplatz, designed in the mid-18th century by von Knobelsdorff, was rebuilt in 2001 after over 40 years. Likewise, Lenné's 19th century version of the Venusbassin, also dating back to von Knobelsdorff, was redone from scratch in 2009.
Financed by the Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Research, the measure "Development of Tourist Infrastructure to Improve the Road Network in the Großer Tiergarten" was completed in 2013 with the renovation of Kemperplatz.