Saturday, 31 August 2013

Kew Gardens, London

Kew Gardens, London

The Kew Garden in London ex-iced since 1759 when  Princess Augusta,  mother of king George III, started developing a 3.6 ha large garden at the domain of White Lodge, Richmond in west London. The whole garden encompasses an impressive 132ha (326 acres) and it has more than 50,000 different species of plants. Kew Garden also has some famous buildings such as the Pagoda, the Temperate House and the Palm House. All over the garden there are incredible sights such as the Japanese Gateway, the Waterlily Pond, the Treetop Walkway and Kew Palace.  So, you need all day walk in a this amazing garden to explore all the interesting attraction it has.

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