Garden Of Versailles, France
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Perhaps the most famous and popular garden in the world is the garden of the Chateau of Versaille, with nearly six million tourists strolling its grounds each year. Spanning close to 2,000 acres, the landscape was designed by Andre Le Notre, a gardener who was commissioned by King Louis the 14th in 1661. The Garden of Versailles, also known as Jardins du Château de Versailles, is an iconic French landmark.
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Keukenhof is among the largest flower gardens in the world, and for good reason – around 7 million bulbs are planted there each year. The garden is only open to visitors between March and May, so if you’re planning an excursion to the Netherlands and would like to catch a glimpse of this lush landscape, spring would be the ideal time. Within the 80 acres of land that the garden spans, one is likely to stumble upon plenty of tulips, a flower that is symbolic of the country.