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Rhododendron Park Kromlau Rhododendronpark Kromlau

The Rhododendron Park is one of the largest parks in Saxony with 160 acres, located in Upper Lusatia (Oberlausitz) 120km north west of Dresden. The park is particularly known for the medieval-looking Rakotzbrücke.

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Rhododendron Park Kromlau, The Rhododendron Park is one of the largest parks in Saxony with 160 acres, located in Upper Lusatia (Oberlausitz) 120km north west of Dresden. The park is particularly known for the medieval-looking Rakotzbrücke.
Rakotz bridge, also known as devils bridge
photo courtesy: Wikipedia user JaySef

The park was developed from 1844 by the wealthy landowner Friedrich Hermann Rötschke. After the second world war the park was nationalised and is now property of the Gablenz district.

The entry to the park is free of charge

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