GARDENS AND URBAN PARKS
The Liberation Garden was inaugurated on 30 July 2004, it commemorates the end of the second world war, the fighting in the battle of Montecarotto and the return to freedom. The garden is located at the top of the western perimeter of the historic centre, where via Vaccarile and S.S. Trinity meet.
PARK XX SEPTEMBER
Dedicated to Wangari Muta Mathai, Nobel Peace Prize winner.
This green space was enriched with vegetation and facilities for children’s play and entertainment, as part of the 2012 initiative of the Municipal Administration, together with the Municipal Council for Children.
The children enthusiastically developed the project for the play area in via XX Settembre, also taking into consideration the younger children and their needs. Every single element chosen (hedge, cherry tree, benches, games) is the result of careful and thoughtful research work.
The park’s inauguration was carried out as part of the Municipality’s initiative to accept the indications of the Childhood Charter and access the agreement with UNICEF “Sustainable cities, friends of childhood and adolescence”.
PUBLIC PARK IN VIA AMENDOLA
This park was built in the early sixties, it has over time been equipped with a tennis court in red clay and what was originally a dance floor was converted into a surface area for the practice of various sports activities in 2007. In the same green area, it is possible to carry out an “ecological walk“, or gymnastic path, with fixed equipment for the practice of exercises.
PUBLIC PARK OF THE FUTURE IN VIA CIRCONVALLAZIONE
This is a green area made up of young trees, each of which bears the name and date of birth of every child born in Montecarotto as of the early nineties.