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ammg2400 wrote a review Oct 2020
Sodankyla, Finland31 contributions16 helpful votes
A great gem created over time by a innovative, creative and optimistic person. Don’t miss this, it doesn’t have big billboards or fancy apps. But it’s authentic classic and photogenic.
Date of experience: October 2020
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dorsetgirl wrote a review Oct 2017
Sulsted, Denmark142 contributions134 helpful votes
A well designed garden carefully cultivated through years of love and devotion. You can follow the map supplied or just meander around. Great cafe, we had a lovely cake and the staff kindly gave us the recipe :) Check the website before you go, it’s not open every day.
Date of experience: September 2017
LarsDane wrote a review Jul 2017
Horsens, Denmark526 contributions205 helpful votes
The Garden in Hune (or the garden of Anne Just) is a remarkable garden created on the flat, sandy soil of the coastal area of North Jylland. The remarkable work started in 1991, and through the years, through hard work, visions of what to come and donations of land for the more than 7.000 square meters large garden it has become a must-see for garden lovers. Unfortunately the mastermind behind this, the artist Anne Just passed away in 2009, but the garden and the houses in it has been passed to a trust, maintaining the garden and houses, thus preserving it to the public. A tour of the garden can be done according to the timeline, in which the different parts were created - or as we did - just on our own leisure. You will receive an A4 size map of the garden, when you buy a ticket. The garden is full of mysterious nooks and crannies, surprising artwork, and most important of all - plenty of plants and flowers, ensuring a fantastic display in any season from spring to fall. If you are the least interested in gardening, garden design and flowers, this is a must. In the garden there is a small coffee shop selling coffee and home-baked Danish pastry (just the one kind!) - and the ticket office/bookshop/art shop sells different kinds of garden-related book, tools and the ceramics, which is used in the garden og other works by the involved craftsmen. Opening hours are limited, so consult the homepage for the exact hours. Specially remarkable is the fact that the hilly terrain in the garden is created by shifting sand and earth within the garden and surplus earth, when constructing the houses in it. Please notice that dogs are not allowed, neither are picnicking. Piggybanks are welcome. Highly recommendable!!…
Date of experience: July 2017
theoandreea wrote a review Sep 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark279 contributions34 helpful votes
When you think about a coastal resort not many people think about gradens. It's a nice green relaxing place, there's a also a coffe house so Bring your camera or a book.
Date of experience: August 2014