Mediterranean Biodiversity Park in Catanzaro
60 hectares of nature and art installations in the center of the town
REOPENED FROM MAY 4TH, 2020
Opening hours: every day 7:00 am > 7:00 pm
From June 15th, 2020, apart from Park of Elves, the playgrounds and sports fields inside the park have been reopened, renovated and sanitized.
Any form of gathering is prohibited.
It is necessary to maintain an interpersonal safety DISTANCE of at least one meter.
Mediterranean Biodiversity Park is a 60-hectare natural area in the center of Catanzaro.
The park has been created after the environmental remediation of the old school of agriculture. The landscape has been remodeled to enhance and protect biodiversity. Today the park is an ecosystem home to a great variety of plants and animals.
The park also hosts a Wildlife Rescue Center (CRAS), Brigata Catanzaro Military History Museum (MUSMI) and a provincial police station.
There are also many art installations by Dennis Oppenheim (Electric Kisses), Tony Cragg (Cast glance), Jan Fabre (De man de wolken meet), Mimmo Paladino (Testimoni), Wim Delvoye (Betoniera), Marc Quinn (Totem), Antony Gormley (seven iron sculptures part of Time Horizon series) and Stephan Balkenhol (bronze diptych).
(Photos: Facebook page of Mediterranean Biodiversity Park)