Parc de Procé, Nantes

Parc de Procé was formerly known as a "private park for the bourgeois."

Created by landscaper Dominique Noisette in 1866, the park holds trees that are hundreds of years old like the rowan, the Cedrus atlantica and sequoias. The park also holds the oldest tulip tree of France  that sits in front of the manor that dates back to 1789. Prefect for walking and resting the Parc de Procé will bring you peace with its garden arts. 

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