Botanische Tuin Kerkrade

This internationally renowned Botanical Garden is located in Kerkrade. The Garden celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2014. The garden was built in 1939 by the famous landscape architect John Bacon (1892-1980) from Oisterwijk. He has developed an English landscape garden, where it is pleasant to walk and provides beautiful views. 

sorce:  http://botatuin.nl/

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Updated: 23/04/2014


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