Preventing brain drain

This summer we visited our friends in Hanover, Germany, and one main purpose was to celebrate our friend’s birthday. The friend happens to be the manager of the famous Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen. According to him, the attractive Gardens were planned and constructed after the Thirty Years’ War to keep their local decision makers in Hanover. So, I understand it was to tackle a brain drain there. Very interesting.

Large fountain Water springs as a geyser in the largest fountain charming spot
Nana by Niki de Saint Phalle Nana by Niki de Saint Phalle Nana by Niki de Saint Phalle

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