The representation of cultural and religious diversity in the Gardens of the World will soon be complete. Starting in autumn 2019, the Jewish Garden will be built on 2,000 square metres, within view of the Christian Garden.
Crops and decorative plants from Jewish life will be researched and cultivated. Two sculptural pavilions provide an opportunity to rest and a place of exchange. Informative events about Jewish culture are planned, and celebrations in the Jewish annual calendar can also be celebrated here.