The landscape concept “Four Clearings in a Woodland Park” creates a new public park for Weimar North. It is structured around classic park elements: spatial sequences, visual axes, topography, open lawns and meadows, as well as use-specific areas. In addition to this, the park is also an important memorial site to the deportation of Thüringen Jews during the Second World War. It is a place of tranquility and remembrance, but also encounter and exchange. The park’s many different spaces provide free and open-ended opportunities for social participation and interaction. As much as possible, remnants of the old cattle auction hall and train tracks are preserved in their present form.