Historic Gardens Can be Urban Biodiversity Hotspots

Maria E. Ignatieva, writing for The Nature of Cities.

Over the two decades heritage parks in Europe have been re-evaluated and have begun to be seen as highly valuable urban biodiversity hotspots.  Historical parks are not only witnesses of different historical art periods but also are refuges for rare flora and fauna.  Very often they contain important fragments of natural landscapes.

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