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Bo Lönnqvist (email)

Kultivoitunut metsä - herraskartanon puisto.

Lönnqvist B. (1987). Kultivoitunut metsä - herraskartanon puisto. Silva Fennica vol. 21 no. 4 article id 5329. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a15486

English title: Cultivated forests – the case of manor parks

Abstract

The earliest manor parks, which are a special form of cultivated forests, were created at the end of the 18th century. The surrounding of the main buildings was divided into two parts, an aesthetic park and yard serving household and economic purposes. Early in the 19th century, large parks were created which represented dominant aesthetic ideals but, on the other hand, formed a ”wild” counterpart to the structured inner world of the main building. A good example is Ratula Manor and its park, which represent the diversity of the cultivated forest of the 19th century manors.

The paper is based on a lecture given in the seminar ‘The forest as a Finnish cultural entity’, held in Helsinki in 1986. The PDF includes a summary in English.

Original keywords
kulttuurimaisema; puistot; kartanopuistot; rakennettu ympäristö; kartanot; kulttuurihistoria

English keywords
cultural landscape; symbol value; constructed environment; park; manor; garden

Published in 1987

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