The most beautiful gardens in the world

The Six Poems Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo, Japan. It is considered to be one of the oldest gardens. It was built in 1695 and completed in 1702. The garden has a beautiful water pool in the middle. It gives a distinctive view of the surroundings. Botchart Gardens is located in Victoria, Canada, 20 km north of Victoria. The story of the building dates back to the early 20th century. Jenny Pochetter built it and took advantage of her husband's work in the cement industry. Jenny took the land where her husband ended up and started. By planting it until it got an area of ​​55 acres of that land. When the beauty of the park began to emerge, Jenny brought many rare and exotic species of flowers that did not sprout or grow in Canada, making it one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. After the death of the owner of the garden, her family continued in this tradition, and the garden still preserves its beauty and beauty to this day. Expore Gardens This magnificent park in Hampshire, England, was built in 1920 on an area of ​​about 200 acres. It dates back to one of the famous family branches of Rothschild, and has a beautiful array of roses that stretch a wide network of 35-kilometer pipes. The Expori Gardens have many social activities, including weddings and anniversaries. Established in 1859, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is located on 128 acres of land in Singapore's National Orchid Gardens and is one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world. Storhead Palace Gardens is located in England, dating back to the 18th century. It has spectacular views reminiscent of the Arabian Nights, consisting of a beautiful lake surrounded by trees and flowers from all directions. The park was built in 1740 and built by Henry Hoar II, but the lake in which it was located did not exist at that time. King Henry II wanted to provide a special view for his visitors. He built a dam on the Stawar River to form that lake. Descano Gardens is located in California, USA, a 20-minute drive from Los Angeles, with an area of ​​approximately 25 acres and consists of more than 100,000 different species of plants, including beautiful camellia flowers. Mirabel Gardens This elegant garden is located in the heart of the city of Salzburg and is one of the largest cities in the state of Austria where the Icecinwelt Ice Cave is located. The garden of the Palace of the East is a garden that has a funny story in the reason of its construction. The wife of Cardinal Ibolito Dessetti II was very sad. Her husband decided to build her a large villa with a magnificent garden. It was built between 1550 and 1569 AD. Which is considered one of the finest fountains of the world. Sanssouci Palace is located in Potsdam, Italy. The Sanssouci Palace is one of the most famous historical landmarks in the world. UNESCO has declared that the palace is an international cultural heritage. Kokenhoff Gardens is located in the village of Liza in the Netherlands. Its name means the kitchen garden. It is considered one of the most beautiful and famous gardens in the world because it includes the rarest of flowers and birds. Zoos are not very different from natural parks and habitats. The zoos only have animals inside them. These animals are cared for and cared for by specialists for fear of being caught and extinct. Zoos visit visitors from inside the town and tourists also go hiking and seeing animals. Here are some of the largest animal-care parks in the world: • The zoo, called Columbus: an animal care park with more than 5,000 animals and about 700 species. The zoo, called Moscow: It is one of the oldest zoos in Europe, with more than 6,000 animals and approximately 927 species. • Zoo, called San Diego, one of the most famous parks around the world with more than 4,000 animals and about 800 species. The zoo, called Toronto, is a park in Canada with 16,000 species of animals, representing 491 species.


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