Diepenheim's Gazebo - Diepenheim
On the Oude Goorsewe g 2 in Diepenheim, 1393 hostas have been planted, surrounded by a double row of 136 beeches. You can think of these red beeches as framing a painting. A magnificent work of art in nature. It is a unique Land-Art project developed by Belgian artist Urbain Mulkers. The word Gazebo comes from Italian and means a structure on the side of the road where you can take shelter from the sun. This is also reflected in Diepenheim's Gazebo. A shady place where visitors can retreat and rest for a while.