Most Beautiful Gardens in The World
Nature works wonders. Impact of people on it is usually negative. But when it comes to botanical gardens, our intervention is intended only to highlight key points, leaving the mother-nature as we enjoy the beauty.A short trip through the most beautiful gardens in the world.
Gardens of Versailles, France
Located in the west of Versailles, the gardens cover an area of 800 hectares. Most of their classic style of French gardens (neat, ordered and arranged in geometric forms and symmetrical lines).Gardens dates from Louis XIV – the Sun King. There are some main attractions in France, with more than six million visitors annually.In the garden there are 50 wells, 620 water jets and 35 kilometers of pipes alimenteza wells. Because the emblem of King Louis XIV was the Sun, solar gardens contain themes related to the god Apollo in Greek mythology:Grotto of Thetis,Basin goddess Leto and Apollo Basin.
Butchart Gardens, Canada
Butchart Gardens, one of the most famous of the American continent, is neither more nor less than a piece of heaven. Can be found in the province of British Columbia, on beautiful Vancouver Island, one million visitors each year decide to share the charm predator.Entering in Butchart Gardens in any season of the year is not boring.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South Africa
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is comprised of over 500 hectares of rugged mountains and lush green gardens delicious is the perfect setting for a picnic or a trip vigorous relaxed.Located on the eastern slope Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on earth. With over 7,000 species of plants within its borders, is a botanist’s dream.
Boboli Gardens, Italy
Boboli Gardens in Florence is one of the most beautiful gardens of Italy due to prospects fabulous fountains, temples and its system architecture. This is attached to the Pitti Palace and is a good example of sixteenth-century Italian garden.Garden is today one of the most important museums in town, with an abundant collection of statues that date back to the sixteenth century.
Exbury Gardens, UK
Lionel Nathan of Rothschild was who devoted time and financial resources to create a garden that would get one of the most beautiful forested areas in the country.Exbury Gardens is a spectacular area where the clusters merge and forest gardens area is famous for its collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, which bloom in a burst of spring colors.
Ryoan-ji Zen Garden, Japan
Of all the existing Zen gardens, the best known can be visited in Kyoto, the temple Ryoan-ji (Temple of the Silence Dragon ). It is a rectangle thirty feet long and ten meters wide, decorated with fifteen stones of irregular shapes, placed on the ground covered with gravel carefully raked every day. Straight lines drawn by rakes are uncannily perfect circles etched around the stones.