The Alsace Lorraine Garden is one of the oldest public gardens in Nice. Opened in 1885 and subsequently named after the two historical provinces invaded by the Germans, the garden stretches on a surface which doesn’t even amount to one hectare. Yet, despite its size, it is a prized green oasis which enjoys a central location in Nice, and a shady refuge during the summer season.

The garden is laid out with alleys here and there lined with statues. The center of the garden is pegged out by a water basin embellished with sculptural works by Volti. Highlights in terms of greenery refer to one specimen of Magnolia grandiflora and to a Phoenix reclinata shrub.

Alsace Lorraine Garden (Jardin Alsace Lorraine)
30-32, Blvd. Gambetta, Nice, France
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