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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B. Horticulture., Vol. LVII
Written by Alexandru MEXI, Maria BRATU, Violeta RĂDUCAN

Cismigiu Garden is a part of our national heritage and it is almost lost in favour of kitsch and ugliness. As a consequence of the lack of experience and professionalism of interest and as well of public income, this garden becomes a shadow of its old glory. One of the most important architectural and landscaping compositions in Cismigiu Historical Garden is the Writers’ Rotunda. Focusing only on the Rotunda, the study was based on “in situ” research and on historical documents research. The study revealed a series of inconsistencies and discrepancies between historical text description and historical images as well. Also, our paper lead to showing different patterns on which the Rotunda was designed and it also reveals patrimony objects that seemed to be lost.The aim of this case study is to emphasise the Rotunda image created by Friedrich Rebhun and how should it look like after a much-needed restoration. In order for a city that lost most of its history and patrimony, attention should be accorded to the built heritage including historical gardens and parks and especially to their most important features. One of them is the Writer’s Rotunda.

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