Rose Garden of the Lidice Memorial
"Garden of Peace and Friendship"

Lidice, Czech Republic

To commemorate the massacre of the citizens of Lidice on June 10, 1942 a rose garden was proposed by a group in England chaired by Sir Barnett Stross, a British Member of Parliament. In 1995 the "Garden of Peace and Friendship" was established with donations of 29,000 plants from 32 countries around the world.

Renovation of the garden began in 2001 and it now contains 217 varieties and 24,000 plants.

Rose Garden of the Lidice Memorial