There is a wonderful park in Berlin which is called Gardens of the World (Gärten der Welt). I sometimes go there for a walk and enjoy the Asiatic flair of the Korean, Japanese and Chinese garden, which I like very much. Here are some of the pictures I took on my Sunday afternoon stroll.
The Korean garden is a gift of Seoul to the city of Berlin with a refreshing landscape, a waterfall, some very interesting Korean sculptures and a pavilion.
The Japanese garden was planned by the Zen priest Shunmyo Masuno with a traditional stone garden.
The Chinese garden is a present from China in order to celebrate the reunion of Germany. The garden is called Garden of the Reclaimed Moon.