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Centuries of mining brought intensive use of wood and surrounding forests came to its limits. This - among aesthetical values - was the reason why the Botanical garden was established in 1838 on the ground of Mining Academy. Would exotic plants...more
A totally peaceful place for relaxation and walking. Even if you are not a botanist and you do not know the woods, you will enjoy it. Old trees, sequoia are over a hundred years old. What a positive energy. Dont miss it please.
This place has something uniquely special about it.. it is not manicured and maintained like other botanical gardens of the world the for example the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew, London, this place is indeed quite different. a fine collection of great tress from all...More
Bit of a strange one, this. We were initially disappointed because it's not what you would call a botanical garden, more of a park really. But having said that, there are some really nice trees, including some mighty redwoods which I found most impressive, and...More
We were surprised it was free but when we visited we quickly understood why. It is not really a botanical garden, but a medium size park with some impressive trees. It provides a nice walk and on the way you can see some impressive old...More