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PARC OLRY - VILLE DE NANCY

Park and garden in Nancy
  • Ceded to the city of Nancy in 1913 by plant-lover Achille Olry, this park is home to some superb trees, including plane, beech, oak, yew, chestnut and the 40 écus tree. Alongside the park, municipal greenhouses ensure the annual production of 450,000 flowering plants to decorate the city's flowerbeds.

    In addition, this neighborhood green space combines all the elements of a city public garden, with sunny and shady lawns, the foliage of tall trees, some of which are nowhere else to be seen...
    Ceded to the city of Nancy in 1913 by plant-lover Achille Olry, this park is home to some superb trees, including plane, beech, oak, yew, chestnut and the 40 écus tree. Alongside the park, municipal greenhouses ensure the annual production of 450,000 flowering plants to decorate the city's flowerbeds.

    In addition, this neighborhood green space combines all the elements of a city public garden, with sunny and shady lawns, the foliage of tall trees, some of which are nowhere else to be seen in Nancy, a wealth of flowering plants, play and rest areas and a pond.

    The playground has a structure adapted for disabled children.
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