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Ina Truxová is a Czech landscape architect, author of works on the history and development of gardens and parks, especially listed ones, specialist in Japanese garden architecture. Since 2002 she has been in a leading position in the National Heritage Institute – Directorate General in Prague. Her responsibilities include supervising the conservation and protection of historical parks and gardens in the Czech Republic, in particular those designated as National Monuments. She is a former president and currently the Vice President of the European competition Entente Florale Europe (European Association for Flowers and Landscape) and a member of the Czech Landscape and Garden Society as well as a member of the executive committee of ICOMOS in the Czech Republic and ICOMOS- IFLA Cultural Landscapes International Scientific Committee.