Most major cities are home to many world a botanical garden, which is justified by their importance for research and audience that otherwise would not have had the opportunity to discover the complexity of the universe vegetable. We propose a journey through seven of the remarkable places on the blue planet.
7. Versailles, France
Versailles Gardens occupies 800 hectares and was designed by Andre Le Notre. In addition to flower beds, lawns neat, ornamental lakes and sculptures, another factor contributing to their unique fountains Lois XIV’s time.
6. Singapore Botanical Garden
Considered one of the finest botanical gardens in the world, Singapore Botanical Garden was created in 1859. Currently covers 128 hectares. Right in the center or in the highest point over 60,000 orchid bloom colors.
5. Villa D’Este, Italy
Villa D’Este is distinguished by paths along which spring up hundreds of fountains, and statues or flowers. Like other arts, gardening was “reborn” in the Renaissance period, a good example being Villa d’Este, Tivoli.
4. Villa Ephrussa de Rothschild, France
Although small, focused a lot of olive garden, lavender flowers and other plants from Spain and Japan that gives exotic features.
3. Stourhead Warminster, England
For eighteenth-century British aristocracy, everything was always classically beautiful. In Stourhead, nature intercedes escape people in ages past. The show begins in spring and continues until early summer with flowers of azaleas.
2. Garden Wangshiyuan, China
This botanical garden is located in south-eastern China and was designed during the Song Dynasty. It is an elegant blend of plant formations pavilions and important country-specific (bamboo).
1. Sans Souci Potsdam, Germany
Frederick the Great of Prussia built rococo palace with the space to relax in summer. Sans Souci Gardens have a variety of flowers, a Chinese tea house, decorative sculptures and statues of prominent figures of antiquity.
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