Elisabeta Blvd, Sector 1, Bucharest,
The Cismigiu Garden (Romanian: Gradina Cismigiu) are a public park near the center of Bucharest, Romania, the oldest and largest park (17 hectares) of the city center. The main entrance is from the Elisabeta Blvd, near the Bucharest City Hall; there is another major entrance at the Stirbei Voda Boulevard, near the Cretulescu Palace.
The park was built in 1847, on land bequeathed to the city in 1845 by a Turkish water inspector. It was designed by German architect Carl F. W. Meyer.
The word cismigiu comes from Turkish: a cismea is a public fountain and a cismigiu used to be the person responsible for building and maintaining public fountains.