REDISCOVERING THE HISTORICAL GARDENS IN THE BANAT COUNTY

Noémi Melitta HEGEDÜS 1, Ildikó LIHĂT 1,2*, Endre VÁNYOLOS 1*, Anna Imola HENNING 1, Zsolt SZEKELY-VARGA 1, Endre KENTELKY 1
1 Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Calea Sighișoarei 2, 540485, Târgu Mureș/Corunca, Romania
2 “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning Bucharest, str. Academiei 18-22, Sect.1, Bucharest, Romania

The study of non-historical monument gardens aimed to inventory and assess their current state compared to the original. These gardens were researched in detail, following the steps used for historical parks and gardens. Unclassified gardens were categorized using newly established criteria based on collected information. While there’s less data about these gardens compared to historical ones, the primary goal of redevelopment is to recreate their era’s ambiance while preserving existing landscape, dendrological, and architectural values.