Month: November 2015
There is very little that we humans can say that is immediately given and independent of how we have developed models and thought structures to be able to understand and relate to the environment. Both art and cultural history (with the styles) and nature appear in our culture as ideas. Even nature appears to us as something conveyed, interpreted, already shaped.
Gardens and parks are cultural monuments. In a museum's ownership and management, these are defined as cultural-historical objects that require even closer follow-up than buildings.