Saarbrücken. The Franco-German garden, a haven of peace, a symbol of reconciliation

It is considered the green lung of Saarbrücken. The Franco-German garden, located barely two kilometers from the border, extends over fifty hectares, between woods, ponds and gardens, not to mention the fauna. Created in the 1950s, it was inaugurated in 1960, with the sponsorship of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French Minister Michel Debré. More than a leisure area, a privileged place for walks for the inhabitants of the basin, and even moreover, it is originally the symbol of…

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