Where is the cultural heritage in our landscape and environment?
What can a medieval herb garden, a meadow, school garden and leaf gathering tell about the human use of soil and landscape? What do these places mean for us today? The theme Green places can be told from different perspectives.
Humans have always tended to use the landscape to produce food and take out the raw materials for different purposes. Different-time farming methods, choosing plants and the need for natural resources has made its
mark in the landscape - the forests, meadows and pastures. There are
also interesting stories about the buildings and equipment
associated with the wild heritage: barns, potato cellar, meadow
barns, barn, mills and more.
The green such as cultural, social and / or aesthetic function
Knowingly landscaped green spaces in the city and in rural areas, such as parks, herb gardens, cemeteries, gardens, school gardens, allotments and greenhouses.
Everyone can participate
All who so wish, are welcome to contribute with activities such as visits and guided tours to which the public will be invited free of charge.
On this day the focus is on Sweden's historic environments, cultural landscapes, heritage buildings and sites. The history of these places is also told and illustrated.