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Exbury Gardens in UK

  It is a famous garden in Hampshire, London, which belonged to the Rothschild family. Lionel Nathan de Rothschild Exbury bought the property in 1919 and began building a huge garden. At that time, was simply a remote area. William Mitford, whose family has owned property in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, described the place as''a paradise on Earth.'' Lionel hired armed''clean''of people to forested area so as to be made a garden. Slowly, forested land was cleared of unwan...

Bahai Gardens in Haifa

  A truly spectacular garden considering climatic conditions offered by Israel. Beauty, grandeur, and especially religion are special design inspired by the garden in Haifa Bahai Temple one of the most visited gardens in the world.     Panorama Mount Caramel offered by the city and harbor is wonderful. The temple and its gardens were built on this particular mountain, being suspended and imposing. Gardens are being revealed in all their splendor ...

The Tuileries Gardens

   Tuileries Gardens extends over about 25 hectares and still retains the main features printed landscape architect Andre Le Notre in 1664. Are surrounded by the Louvre to the east, south of the Seine, west of the Place de la Concorde and the north of the Rue de Tivoli. Plan a wonderful open view along the central axis of the west facade, with pools that continue from one another, which are spread in an unbroken line, bordered by trees and ornamental shrubs, forming the so-called &q...

Boboli Gardens

  Boboli Gardens form a famous park in Florence, Italy, is home to a rich collection of sculptures dating from the sixteenth century. The garden was built behind the Pitti Palace, the residence of the Medici, Cosimo de Medici's order for his wife Eleonora di Toledo. Boboli Gardens was begun by Niccolo Triboli and his death in 1550, building yard was taken over by Bartolomeo Amman....

Holland's Keukenhof Gardens

  Known as the largest and most impressive garden variety tulips in the garden is located near Amsterdam, in the town of Lisse. Because it is open only two months, during spring, you must get there at that time of year to admire its splendor. Of course you will find very many flowers, but many visitors, so empower yourself with patience. The landscape is complemented by several small rivers, waterways, several simple bridges, fountains and ornamental ponds. It is one of the mos...

Mirabell Gardens

  Anyone going to visit Salzburg should not miss the opportunity to walk through the lovely Mirabell Gardens, Hohensalzburg fortress and cathedral located between Salzburg, Mozart's house near the place where he was born Doppler.     Considered to be the most beautiful baroque garden designed in Europe, Mirabell Gardens dates from 1689, but the structure has been modified several times over time. The core, called the''big''is the only ground that...

Gardens at Het Loo Palace

  Great Garden Het Loo Palace is a garden built in Baroque style with rich décor, created by William III of Orange and Mary II Stuart. Foreign visitors have called this garden "Versailles of Holland" because of its appearance axial fountains, flowers and statues.     This garden was designed by Andre Le Notre's nephew, Claude Desgotz. Great Garden has a central axis and alleys dotted with orange, they are as a badge of ...

Gardens of Versailles

  When you arrive in Paris should not miss visiting one of the most complex ever built gardens. Interesting paths through the majestic layout, the buildings they contain, statues and fountains, is a garden for all seasons with wonderful plants and trees.     Located in the west of the palace of Versailles, the gardens occupy an area of 800 hectares, was built by Andre Le Notre. Besides carefully tended lawns, flower beds and sculptures, another f...

The Garden of Cosmic Speculations

  Scotland is renowned as one  of the most beautiful gardens in the world. The Garden of Cosmic Speculation is situated in the south-east of Scotland.  It is spread over 30 acres in the Borders area of Scotland and it was created by the architectural critic and designer Charles Jencks's wife, Maggie. The Garden of Cosmic Speculation is described as one of the most original and most important gardens of the century. It is designed as a pla...

Claude Monet Gardens in Giverny

  One of the biggest attractions of France for lovers of art and nature is Claude Monet's garden in the village of Giverny. As the name indicates, it belonged to the great Impressionist painter, who enchanted beauty during a trip here small town decides to buy a house around which will fit your garden.     Of all the beauty of nature was one of the richest sources of inspiration and vitality but for writers, poets, musicians and painters. Garden ...

Peterhof Gardens in St. Petersburg

  Summer Garden in St. Petersburg was founded in 1704 by order of Tsar Peter the Great who also was personally involved in its plan. Strict geometrical principles are specific to the Dutch baroque style, the alleys are symmetrical trees have perfect shapes, the wells are important focal points. The initial plan belongs to Leblon. In the garden, marble statues to be found especially in Europe and of course, rare flowers and impressive fountains. It was originally created for the aris...

Hanging Gardens of Babylon

  The second wonder of the ancient world had almost two hundred years younger than the Pyramid of Cheops. Hanging Gardens of Babylon were composed of seven terraces of stone slabs and beams placed on the ceiling of a basement. Since the terraces were at 5 m above the other to create an impression of huge stairs.     Entering the garden give the impression that you climb a hill, while parts of the structure seemed to go into each other. There were...


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