BAMBERG, Germany -- The garden was designed by Balthasar Neumann for Prince-bishop Friedrich Karl von Schönborn. The sculptures were created by the Bamberg court sculptor Ferdinand Tietz in 1760/61. The symmetrically arranged sections are in keeping with the baroque idea of a modern garden.
Every summer, framed by lime trees and an elegant garden pavilion, around 4,500 roses burst into bloom.
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