Gniezno

Dolina Pojednania

17 Dec 2020
'Reconciliation Valley' was created around 2000, coinciding with millennial celebrations of the Congress of Gniezno, which coincided with Poland's ties with the new and emerging European Union. For this reason, representatives of five countries planted commemorative oaks in the park, which included the now Euro-skeptical Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán! The others included Miloš Zeman (Czech Republic), Gerhard Schröder (Germany), Jerzy Buzek (Poland) and Mikuláš Dzurinda (Slovakia). In addition to some lovely trees and park bench seating, there is also a water feature, similar in design to the one in Park Kościuszki.

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