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  2. Peter Joseph Lenné - Wikipedia

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    Peter Joseph Lenné (the Younger) (29 September 1789 – 23 January 1866) was a Prussian gardener and landscape architect. As director general of the Royal Prussian palaces and parks in Potsdam and Berlin, his work shaped the development of 19th-century German garden design in the Neoclassical style.

  3. Peter Joseph Lenné – Wikipedia

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    Peter Joseph Lenné, auch Peter Joseph Lenné der Jüngere (* 29. September 1789 in Bonn; † 23. Januar 1866 in Potsdam ), war ein preußischer Gartenkünstler und General-Gartendirektor der königlich-preußischen Gärten. Peter Joseph Lenné prägte fast ein halbes Jahrhundert die Gartenkunst in Preußen.

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  4. Lenné, Peter Joseph | Encyclopedia.com

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    Lenné, Peter Joseph (1789–1866). German landscape-architect and urban designer, trained under his father, Peter Joseph Lenné (1756–1821), and J.- N.- L. Durand. He worked at Laxenburg, near Vienna (1814–15), before settling in Potsdam, where, in 1854, he became the General Director of Gardens.

  5. Peter Joseph Lenné, landscape architect and urban planner

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    Peter Joseph Lenné was undoubtledly one of the most significant German landscape architects of the 19th century. He was descended from a family of gardeners, who in the 17th century came from Belgium to Germany. Peter Lenné was born in Bonn in 1789.

  6. PETER Joseph Lenné (1789 - 1866) - Genealogy

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    PETER Joseph Lenné: Birthdate: September 29, 1789: Birthplace: Bonn, Köln, NRW, Germany: Death: January 23, 1866 (76) Potsdam, BB, Germany Immediate Family: Son of Peter JOSEPH Johann Maria Lenné and Anna Catharina Lenné Husband of Friederike Lenné Brother of Philipp Joseph Johann Cunibert Lenné. Occupation: Gartendirektor

  7. Peter Joseph Lenné - Wikimedia Commons

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    September 1789 in Bonn; † 23. Januar 1866 in Potsdam) war ein preußischer Gartenkünstler und Landschaftsarchitekt des deutschen Klassizismus. Polski: Peter Joseph Lenné (ur. 29 września 1789 w Bonn, zm. 23 stycznia 1866 w Poczdamie )- pruski ogrodnik i architekt krajobrazu doby klasycyzmu. Contents 1 Portrait 2 Maps 3 Gardens and Parks 4 Plaques

  8. Peter Joseph Lenné Biography - Prussian gardener and ...

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    Peter Joseph Lenné (the Younger) (29 September 1789 – 23 January 1866) was a Prussian gardener and landscape architect. As director general of the Royal Prussian palaces and parks in Potsdam and Berlin, his work shaped the development of 19th-century German garden design in the Neoclassical style. Read more on Wikipedia

  9. Peter Joseph Lenné Biography | HowOld.co

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    Peter Joseph Lenné (the Younger) (29 September 1789 – 23 January 1866) was a Prussian gardener and landscape architect. As director general of the Royal Prussian palaces and parks in Potsdam and Berlin, his work shaped the development of 19th-century German garden design in the Neocl*ical style.

  10. Peter Joseph Lenné - The Daily Gardener

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    The Magnolia Lenne. Today is the anniversary of the death of Prussian landscape architect and gardener Peter Joseph Lenné ("Linny"). Lenné is regarded as the most important Prussian garden-artist of the 19th century. He was the director of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Berlin and Potsdam. Peter came from a long line of gardeners.

  11. Peter Joseph Lenné (1789-1866) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Garden and landscape architect. General director of the royal Prussian gardens. He created English-style parks for nearly all the Prussian palaces, among them, Sanssouci, Babelsberg, Charlottenburg and the Tiergarten in Berlin.