The master's thesis discusses the historical park in Črnci, which is considered to be one of the first Baroque parks in Slovenia. It is a stylistic precursor to park designs in the eastern Slovenian region, including the most famous Slovenian Baroque park at the Dornava Manor. The estate is protected as a cultural monument of local importance, but its current state does not reflect its historical significance. The Freudenau Manor, first mentioned in a document from 1615 and now called the Meinl Castle by the locals, served as residence for a number of members of the upper class over the years, who ensured that the manor and its park continued to develop and change its appearance until the beginning of World War II. Studying historical sources and evaluation of the analyses carried out have shown that, despite the lack of information, the park could be reconstructed within its available space limits and with the elements that have been preserved. The data gathered and its evaluation have contributed to making key decisions in the formulation of the proposal, which aims to reconstruct the former park whilst incorporating its preserved historical monument substance. The reconstruction proposal, which is based on the available sources and the preserved original elements and features, will determine the primary height dimensions and serve as a starting point for possible further planning of the historic garden. As the proposal responds appropriately to the existing boundary conditions in the immediate surroundings, an ideal reconstruction proposal, which gives priority to geometric purity of the design, is presented in the conclusion of the thesis.