The 18 Most Beautiful Gardens in the World

3. Versailles Gardens – France

One of the most famous gardens in the world is undoubtedly the gardens that extend to the eyes of Versailles Palace and offer the most classic example of French gardening art. This giant garden with 300 hectares of forests, hundreds of flower beds, tens of fountains, and 372 sculptures were built by 14th Louis in 1661. Many of the sculptures in this garden, which are also on the UNESCO World Heritage list, represent mythological characters.

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