Linnaean Garden

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botanical garden in Sweden

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Wikipedia

English Linnaean Garden

The Linnaean Garden or Linnaeus' Garden (Swedish: Linnéträdgården) is the oldest of the botanical gardens belonging to Uppsala University in Sweden. It has been restored and is kept as an 18th-century botanical garden, according to the specifications of Carl Linnaeus.

The garden was originally planned and planted by Olaus Rudbeck, professor of medicine, in 1655. Rudbeck also built the house adjacent to the garden. At the end of the 17th century it had about 1,800 different species, but was damaged in the Uppsala city fire 1702. Linnaeus became responsible for the garden in 1741 and had it rearranged according to his own ideas, documented in his work Hortus Upsaliensis (1748).

After the gardens of Uppsala Castle had been donated to the university by King Gustav III to serve as a new botanical garden, the old one was left to decay. It was bought by the Swedish Linnaean Society in 1917 and restored according to the detailed description in the Hortus Upsaliensis. The garden was later taken over by the university, while the Linnaean Museum in the house in which Linnaeus had his home is still run by the Society. It is now one of two satellite gardens of the larger University of Uppsala Botanic Garden near Uppsala Castle. The second satellite is Linnaeus Hammarby, the former summer home of Linnaeus and his family.

Source: Linnaean Garden

German Linné-Garten

Der Linné-Garten (schwedisch: Linnéträdgården) ist der älteste botanische Garten in Schweden. Er gehört heute zur Universität Uppsala.

Source: Linné-Garten

Russian Сад Линнея

Сад Линнея (швед. Linnéträdgården) — один из самых старых ботанических садов; расположен возле Уппсальского университета в Швеции. В этом саду растут преимущественно те виды растений, которые были описаны самим Карлом Линнеем (1707—1778).

Source: Сад Линнея

Ukrainian Сад Ліннея

Сад Ліннея (швед. ) — ботанічний сад у місті Уппсала (Швеція).

Один із найстаріших ботанічних садів. В цьому саду ростуть переважно ті види рослин, які були описані самим Карлом Ліннеєм (1707–1778). Розташований біля Уппсальского університету.

Source: Сад Ліннея

Spanish Jardín botánico de Linneo en Upsala

El Jardín botánico de Linneo en Uppsala (en sueco, Linnéträdgården) fue el primer jardín botánico de Suecia, hoy llamado Jardín "Linneo", en memoria del científico Carlos Linneo, naturalista sueco que sentó las bases de la taxonomía moderna.

Este jardín botánico depende administrativamente del Jardín botánico de la Universidad de Uppsala del que es un jardín satélite.

Adyacente a este se ubica el Museo de Linneo, albergado en la casa en la cual Linneo tuvo su hogar entre 1743 y 1778 estando administrado por la Sociedad Lineana Sueca.

Es miembro del BGCI, participa en programas de la Agenda Internacional para la Conservación en los Jardines Botánicos.

El código de reconocimiento internacional del "Linnéträdgården" como miembro del "Botanic Gardens Conservation Internacional" (BGCI), así como las siglas de su herbario es UPS.

Source: Jardín botánico de Linneo en Upsala

French Jardin botanique de Linné à Uppsala

Le jardin botanique de Linné à Uppsala (suédois : Linnéträdgården) est le premier jardin botanique créé en Suède, appelé aujourd'hui « Jardin linnéen » , en hommage au naturaliste suédois Linné, qui jeta les bases d'une taxinomie moderne.

Ce jardin botanique dépend administrativement du jardin botanique de l'université d'Uppsala dont il est un jardin satellite.

Adjacent à ce jardin, se trouve le musée de Linné, abrité dans la maison qui fut le domicile de Linné de 1743 à 1778, et administré par la Société linnéenne suédoise.

Source: Jardin botanique de Linné à Uppsala

Italian Giardino di Linneo

Il giardino di Linneo (in svedese Linnéträdgården) è il più antico giardino botanico della Svezia.

Source: Giardino di Linneo

Japanese リンネ庭園

リンネ庭園(スウェーデン語: Linnéträdgården)は、ウプサラにあるスウェーデン最古の植物園である。ウプサラ大学が運営している。植物学研究のための植物園の機能はウプサラ大学植物園(Botaniska trädgården)に移され、現在はカール・フォン・リンネが居住した当時の植物園の姿に復元されている。

Source: リンネ庭園

pt Jardim Botânico de Lineu

Jardim Botânico de Lineu (em sueco: Linnéträdgården) é um jardim botânico da cidade de Uppsala, na Suécia.

Foi o primeiro jardim botânico da Suécia, adstrito à Universidade de Uppsala.

Foi criado por Olof Rudbeck em 1655, e mais tarde ampliado em 1741 por Carlos Lineu, cujo nome recebeu então.

O jardim foi restaurado e reconstruído de acordo com o plano do próprio Lineu. Na sua antiga residência de administrador do jardim, está instalado o Museu de Lineu (Linnémuseum).

Este jardim botânico é atualmente uma dependência administrativa do Jardim Botânico da Universidade de Uppsala.

== Referências ==

Source: Jardim Botânico de Lineu

Wikivoyage

English The Linnaean Garden and the Linnaeus Museum (Linnéträdgården och Linnémuseet)

This building was the home of the Linnaeus family from 1743 until his sons death in 1783. It is today restored to its 18th century appearance, and used as a personal museum of the Linnaeus family. The adjoined garden was planted in 1655, but heavily expanded during Linnaeus' years as its keeper. Eventually it became one of the best kept gardens of its kind, and a major tourist attraction during Linnaeus' own time. Like the house, the garden is also restored to its 18th century look.

Address Svartbäcksgatan 27
Price 80 kr which includes the museum (with audio guide) and the garden. Free entry to the garden after 17:00. Guided tours are included in the entry fee and are held in English at 14:30 every open day. The ticket can also be used at Linnaeus' Hammarby

English Linnéträdgården & Linnémuseet (The Linnaean Garden and the Linnaeus Museum)

The botanical garden was first planted by Olof Rudbeck in 1655, making it the oldest in Sweden. After a period of decline, it was restored and maintained by Carl von Linné and became a major attraction during Linnaeus' own lifetime. In the garden orangery, you can find exhibitions about Linnaeus' successors and disciples. The building in the southern corner of the garden served as the residence of the Linnaeus family between 1743 and 1778. Today, it is a personal museum dedicated to Linnaeus' professional and personal life. Is part of the proposed Linnaean UNESCO World Heritage.

Address Svartbäcksgatan 27
Price 80 kr which includes the museum (with audio guide) and the garden. Free entry to the garden after 17:00. Guided tours are included in the entry fee and are held in English at 11:30 and 14:30 every open day. The ticket can also be used at Linnaeus' Hammarby
Last Edit2018-10-03

Russian Сад Линнея

Первый университетский ботанический сад — сравнительно небольшой, зато очень старый. Он появился в 1655 году по инициативе Улофа Рудбека (1630-1702) — шведского естествоиспытателя, учившегося в Голландии и позаимствовавшего оттуда несколько модных штучек, включая анатомический театр под куполом Густавианума. Сейчас сад назван именем знаменитого Карла Линнея (1707-1778), в 1740-е гг. обустроившего территорию на свой манер. После появления нынешнего ботанического сада старый сад забросили, в 1802 году он был закрыт, но в 1923 году восстановлен по чертежам автора. К саду примыкает музей Линнея, разместившийся в том самом доме, где 35 лет жил великий учёный. Дом построен в конце XVII века как профессорский и является, кроме прочего, одним из старейших городских зданий. Бо́льшая часть помещений музея отдана под собранную Линнеем биологическую коллекцию — в основном чучела, заспиртованные экспонаты и гербарий — но и пояснения там в достаточном количестве есть; из них вполне можно понять, кто такой Карл Линней и чем он в Уппсале занимался.

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Places located in Linnaean Garden

mumsoleo de linneo

The Linnaeus Museum (Swedish:Linnémuseet) is a biographical museum in the Linnaean Garden in Uppsala, Sweden, dedicated to the 18th century botanist Carl Linnaeus. It is run by the Swedish Linnaeus Society. The house was built by Olaus Rudbeck in 1693 and served as official residence for employees at Uppsala University from the latter part of the 17th century until 1934. Its last occupant was musician Hugo Alfvén. Between 1743 and 1778, Carl Linnaeus resided in the building, and in 1937 it was re-made into a museum of Linnaeus personal and professional life. Furniture, household items and textiles, which belonged to the family, are exhibited together with Linnaeus personal medicinal cabinet, insect cabinet and herbarium.Carl Linnaeus was born in Småland in 1707 but started studying at Uppsala University in 1730, and he later became professor of botany and principal at the same university. He is known for formalising the modern system of naming organisms, creating the modern binomial nomenclature.

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