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A German garden is a type of architecture of gardens, originating in Germany, influenced by the English garden concept. Typical of this kind of park design is clear structure and domestic animals, a necessary component of the garden.

An example of a German garden is the park of the Luisium Palace near Dessau in Germany.

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