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  Central Park, U.S.A.
Set in the middle of bustling Manhattan, its grounds serve as a safe haven, not only for athletes, daydreamers, musicians and strollers, but also for teems of migratory birds
each year. Its grounds include fountains, monuments, and sculptures, bridges and arches.
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Located in downtown Singapore, the nature park spans 100 acres. Its futuristic design features 164-foot high tree-like towers, shell-shaped greenhouses, and a waterfall.
Tucked into a serene 50-acre country estate in Vancouver Island, is a garden of earthly seasonal delights. From the exquisite Sunken Garden to the charming Rose Garden, this 50- acre showplace still maintains the gracious traditions of the past.
Sítio Roberto Burle Marx, Brazil
architect. It spans 40 acres and includes seven buildings,
he garden pay homage to Brazil’s renowned landscape
five reflecting pools, and a museum nestled among lush vegetation native to the region.
Sissinghurst Garden, England
the most famous gardens in England. It was created by
eralded for its beauty and diversity, Sissinghurst is one of
Vita Sackville-West, poet and writer, and her husband Harold Nicolson, author and diplomat, on the site of a medieval manor.
The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland
Forty major areas, gardens, bridges, landforms, sculpture, terraces, fences and architectural works. Covering 30 acres, the garden uses nature to celebrate nature, both intellectually
and through the senses, including the sense of humor.
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