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1. Brooklyn Botanical Garden, New York, United States
The gorgeous 52-acre garden is home to many different gardens within it. It is also home to the Steinhardt Conservatory which has the C.V. Starr Bonsai Museum, three different pavilions of plants – each with their own themed climate, iron and glass aquatic plant houses and an art gallery. The garden was founded in 1910 and has over 10,000 populations of plants and brings in nearly a million visitors every year.
2. Sitio Roberto Burle Marx, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The 100-acre garden is named after the well-known landscape designer Roberto Burle Marx, who was cherished by Brazil. Marx was world-renowned for his skills as a nature artist and enjoyed a long life full of successes. There are over 3,500 plant species and it holds many types of art that Marx adored.
3. The Gardens of Versailles, Versailles, France
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