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» Protected areas » Protected sites and monuments » Nature Reserve » Sopron Botanical Garden NR
Sopron Botanical Garden NR
 

 

 

Datasheet

 

Register number:

169/TT/78

Beginning of protection:

1978

Védetté nyilvánító jogszabály (ok):

15/1978 OKTH határozat

Area:

17,2064 ha

of which strictly protected:

0 ha

Settelements included:

Sopron

Conservation authority of the first instance:

Észak-dunántúli Környezetvédelmi, Természetvédelmi és Vízügyi Felügyelőség

 

  


 

The base of the botanical garden was created already around the foundation of the military school in 1897. This was the time when today’s old planes, horse chestnuts and maples were planted. Following the 1st World War, in September 1922 the Academy for Mining and Forestry from Selmecbánya occupied the empty buildings. The academy owned already in Selmecbánya a Europe-wide famous arboretum. The transition of the area measuring 10 Hectares into a botanical garden began in spring 1923 with the leadership of Ferenc Kövessi.

 

Aim of the botanical garden was primarily to provide an educational help. Before the 2nd World War the garden could show up already almost five hundred tree species and more than thousand herb species, part of which were brought into greenhouses for the winter. In 1958 the area of the botanical garden was enlarged by 4 hectares with the support of the city council, in 1965 with further 4,5 hectares.

 

 

 

A thematic reorganisation of the garden started also in the 1960-ies. The pathways, the alpinetum and the parts introducing the species of each continent were created at this time. The evergreen collection of the garden is famous Europe-wide. The botanical garden is managed today by the Faculty of Forestry of the University of West Hungary.

 

 

 Visiting the Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden can be visited all year round free of charge.

 
Opening hours:
Summertime   (1st May to 30th September):        8 a.m. – 8 p.m.      
Wintertime     (1st October to 30th April):           8. a.m. – 4.30 p.m.

 


 Further information regarding the area

Overview map of the area

Cadastral numbers of the area

Ownerships of the area

Cultivation methods in the area

Conservation management plan

 


Literature regarding the area (in Hungarian)

   
 
2009. 11. 09. Oldal nyomtatása
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