5 World’s Most Beautiful Parks
We continue to describe and show the most beautiful places in the world, created by nature and man. In this article, we offer you to enjoy the amazingl landscapes of the 5 most beautiful parks in the world. These places on the planet are certainly worth seeing: they are so abundant, bright and interesting.
World’s Most Beautiful and Colorful Parks
Keukenhof park, Netherlands
Keukenhof park, Netherlands
This park is considered one of the most magnificent parks in the world. It is located between Amsterdam and The Hague, in the town of Lisse. Each year, the park is only open for two months and then closed for numerous restoration and care of plants and arboretum. In spring, usually April 13-15 there is a Fair of flowers, where anyone can buy seedlings and unique bouquets.
Keukenhof is a “kitchen” park, as it is translated from Dutch. However, it can not be called small, as the area of the park is 32 ha. It is literally immersed in various colors, channels, waterfalls, lakes. There are tulips, roses, hyacinths, daffodils and other flowers in the park. The park was founded in 1949 and is one of the most famous European attractions.
Suan Nong Nooch park, Thailand
The park was opened in 1980. This place is considered one of the most popular attractions in Thailand. The huge plantation is planted by variety of ornamental flowers and large trees. In addition, there is a large selection of orchids in the country. The park regularly hosts majestic shows.
In 1954, Mr. Pisit Nooch and Mrs. Nong Nooch bought about 243 acres of land in the province of Chonburi. First, they dreamed to grow fruits and flowers there and use the gardens for themselves. But when their luxurious flourishing lands began attracting lots of tourists, they came up with an idea to create decorative elements. Gradually the garden grew and in 1980 was opened to visitors. Mrs Nong Nooch delegated control over the garden to his son, and dedicated her life to the study of tropical plants. Many of the rarest plants are growing in the garden due to her investigations.
Gardens and Park of Versailles, France
The park was founded by King Louis XIV in 1661. He hired the best architects and artists, who have realized his dream – the Palace of Versailles and the beautiful gardens.
Gardens and Park of Versailles are considered the part of the national heritage of France. Versailles is a village, located in 15 miles from Paris. The gardens take the territory of 900 ha. They include 1400 fountains.
Butchart Gardens, Canada
Butchart Gardens is a group of flower gardens in Canada (British Columbia, near the city of Victoria on Vancouver Island). More than a million people visit this place every year.
Robert Pim Butchart, the founder of the gardens wanted to produce cement in these lands. But in 1907 he met with a landscape designer Isaburo Kishida of Yokohama, who wanted to build gardens for his son. Robert Butchart so imbued with the idea that could not let the designer leave Canada until 1912. As a result, this amazing in its beauty park was born.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
There are hundreds of species of plants grow there. The garden is located near Miami in Florida. It was created in 1938. Today it is a park, research institute, and plantation, which is supported by 45,000 volunteers, who are interested in preservation of rare plant species. In 2012, the park became the headquarters of the American community “Orchid”.