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VÄxäxÄtÇw VâÄàâÜtÄ ZtÜwxÇá The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation is the representative organization of the Cultural Gardens and provides a direct link between the Cultural Gardens and the ethnic communities they represent. The Federation has been instrumental in preservation and development of the Gardens, as well as maintaining public aware-ness and interest in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. In this unique park, the Cultural Gardens has developed into a great educational tool, a place to relax and enjoy nature in the midst of the city, walk or ride a bike, see statues of significant personalities or depictions of far away lands. Many of the Cultural Gardens offer wonderful performance opportunities that are open to the public without charge. This string of 27 nationality gardens ( with 7 more gardens in the planning stage) is unique to Cleveland and for that matter unique to this Country and the World. Various nationalities call Cleveland home. They have collaborated in the development of their respective garden to memorialize and share with the world their culture and history. They include: Africa America Armerian Azerbaijan Britain China Czech Republic Estonia Finland Germany Greece Israel Hungary India Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Native America Poland Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Syria Ukraine Cleveland Cultural Gardens represent a collection of public gardens in the Historic Rockefeller Park District adjacent to University Circle. The Gardens are located along East Boulevard & Martin Luther King Jr. Drive with each garden commemorating a different ethnic group whose immigrants contributed to the heritage of our country. Pictured from the top: The Irish, Italian and Hungarian Gardens The Federation is involved with most aspects of this unique park, however the Cultural Gardens are a City of Cleveland park and arrangements for use of any of the Gardens for events such as weddings or other celebrations must be made through City of Cleveland, Office of Special Events at 216-664-2484. 17

Cleveland Cultural Gardens

Cleveland Cultural Gardens represent a collection of public gardens in the Historic Rockefeller Park District adjacent to University Circle. The Gardens are located along East Boulevard & Martin Luther King Jr. Drive with each garden commemorating a different ethnic group whose immigrants contributed to the heritage of our country.

The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation is the representative organization of the Cultural Gardens and provides a direct link between the Cultural Gardens and the ethnic communities they represent. The Federation has been instrumental in preservation and development of the Gardens, as well as maintaining public awareness and interest in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens.

In this unique park, the Cultural Gardens has developed into a great educational tool, a place to relax and enjoy nature in the midst of the city, walk or ride a bike, see statues of significant personalities or depictions of far away lands. Many of the Cultural Gardens offer wonderful performance opportunities that are open to the public without charge. This string of 27 nationality gardens (with 7 more gardens in the planning stage) is unique to Cleveland and for that matter unique to this Country and the World. Various nationalities call Cleveland home. They have collaborated in the development of their respective garden to memorialize and share with the world their culture and history. They include:

Africa
America
Armerian
Azerbaijan
Britain
China
Czech Republic
Estonia
Finland
Germany
Greece
Israel
Hungary
India
Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Native America
Poland
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Syria
Ukraine

The Federation is involved with most aspects of this unique park, however the Cultural Gardens are a City of Cleveland park and arrangements for use of any of the Gardens for events such as weddings or other celebrations must be made through City of Cleveland, Office of Special Events at 216-664-2484.

Read the full article at http://resources-services-treasures.org/article/Cleveland+Cultural+Gardens/2044594/263790/article.html.

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