The 2-hectare garden was created in 1928. In 2006, as part of a comprehensive restoration project, 9 thousand roses were planted. One of the main points of interest in the garden is the fountain with four sculptures of geese.
The Rose Garden in Szczecin was established on an area of 2 hectares in 1928 on the occasion of a gardeners' convention. Even before the outbreak of World War II, in 1935, the so-called "Bird Fountain" with sculptures by Kurt Schwerdtfeger.
During the Second World War, the facility did not suffer any special losses. Intact, after 1945 it was one of the favorite vacation spots of Szczecin's residents. This state of affairs continued until the 1970s. Later, times were slightly worse - due to the lack of money for the maintenance of the garden, the building gradually fell into disrepair. From 1983 to 2005, the Różanka area belonged to the Archdiocese of Szczecin-Kamień, in 2005 it was again in the hands of the city.
A year later, the modernization and reconstruction of the garden began in the style of the 1930s. On April 20, 2007, the facility was put into operation. Over nine thousand roses in 99 varieties were planted in the garden. In the area of Różanka we can find, among others American hornbeam, Serbian spruce which occurs only in the mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina, maple, smooth horse chestnut, Amur cork and fruit trees. As part of the modernization, stairs, alleys and a playground were built, the "Bird Fountain" was also recreated, the main element of which are four concrete geese - three of them are original.
The Rose Garden in Szczecin was entered on the provincial list of monuments in April 2004.
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