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18 September 2017

Warsaw gardens return to bloom
POLAND The Lower Gardens of Warsaw’s Royal Castle are to be restored by Park-M.

Since 2015 the Upper Garden has been open to visitors after it was also restored by Park-M over a period of two years. “The Nowy Sącz-based company which specialises in the restoration of green areas was chosen in an open tender. While working on the previous tender, the company demonstrated its professionalism, diligence and ability to stick to deadlines,” says Sławomir Kwiatkowski, the chief engineer at the Royal Castle. The newly-created area, including fountains, benches, paths and green lanes, which will create a harmonious whole together with the Upper Garden and completed the view from the river Vistula. “I am convinced that the Upper Garden will become one of the favourite spots in the capital city and an important tourist attraction,” says Krzysztof Mróz, the owner of Park-M. The restoration of the Lower Garden will complete the reconstruction of the Royal Castle which started in 1971. The project is being carried out as part of the protection of cultural heritage under the ‘Infrastructure and Environment Operational Programme 2014-2020’. The terms of the subsidy require the work to be completed by 2019, followed by a year of caring for the grounds. The opening is planned for the summer of 2019 with the gardens to be open to the public free of charge.

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