Following the example of the Palais Ideal du Facteur Cheval in Hauterives, the Rosa Mir Garden is a place where the marvelous ... More
Rosa Mir Garden
Following the example of the Palais Ideal du Facteur Cheval in Hauterives, the Rosa Mir Garden is a place where the marvelous and the artistic mingle into one. A mason, Jules Senis Mir, built this stunning place in honor of his mother. It is something in between a private garden and a small temple consisting of naturalistic art: there are concrete sculptures with shells pressed into them and untouched forests. The style employed in its construction shows heavy Catalonian influences, especially modernist in nature. Admission is free.
when i went to visit this garden, it was unfortunately covered with snow...
but anyway,the effect and the beauty of it could not be hidden.It's situated in the backyard of some houses and hardly visible from the main street.
It's a garden which is very orginal because it's pretty modern for it's construction period and jules S�nis didn't lack in inspiration and creativity.
It is a silent and warm place and really worth visiting!
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