It is very apparent that this little park in Leuven, as so many other parks, is a bit of left-over land, where building was difficult, so they turned it into a park. It consist of a lane with trees, backing on to the backs of two streets and then widens up into a small green patch. It has some features, like a pond, an auditorium and the ruins of part of the city wall. Main feature however, is grass.
I suppose that on a sunny day it offers a welcome and tranquil refuge from the ugly streets around it. When we visited, it wasn't sunny, so the park was plain boring.
Far more interesting is the Chinese planetarium that can be found just behind the auditorium, in the garden of the university building that is used as an exit to the park.
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