Wedding ceremony in Ledebour garden in Prague
Situated on the southern slope of Prague Castle compound is a unique complex of Italian-type terraced gardens that rank among the largest fully preserved, recently restored public gardens of its kind. Covering an area of 7,711 square meters, this complex is comprised of five successive, interconnecting gardens. From the late 16th century and throughout the 17th century, these former utility gardens and vineyards were gradually re-designed into modest Renaissance decorative gardens which became attached to the individual palaces. Following the devastation of the grounds during the wars, the gardens were reconstructed, yet this time in an ornate Baroque style.
Ledebour Garden is located in the western section of this garden complex. Was built as an ornamental garden in 1665 by Jan Vaclav Kolowrat. With the change of the owners of the adjoining palace, the grounds were adapted into a copiously decorated Baroque garden comprised of five terraces and an extensive parterre, crowned with a sizeable sala terrena, as it can be seen today. Numerous promiment and highly esteemed artists and architects participated in the landscaping and decoration of the garden, among them Giovanni Santini, Giovanni Battista Alliprandi and Vaclav Vavrinec Reiner. Gallery is also included in the garden and is utilized today among other purposes as an art exhibition hall.
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