Just visited the National Palace in Sintra, Portugal and was interested to see the vegetable garden perched high above the city. No idea who it feeds, but it’s a great example of urban gardening in a world heritage site.
I just visited Villa Augustus – a cafe/restaurant in Dordrecht, The Netherlands. It’s converted from the pumping station that supported Dordrecht’s former water tower – which is now a hotel. All of the garden produce is used in the cafe/restaurant and it is a great example of urban gardening on what was a completely abandoned site only 12 years ago. Well worth a visit if you are passing by!
You can see more photographs (and read more about urban agriculture) here