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Botanischer Garten Blanes
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Manuel und ich besuchten diese Herbstferien den botanischen Garten, Jardi Botànic Mar y Murta , in Blanes, Spanien. Er liegt etwas oberhalb auf einem Hügel, gegen das Meer gerichtet auf einer hohen Klippe. Dieses Bild entstand im Bereich über den Kakteen. Der Weg im Bild führt an einem grossen verwinkelten Teich vorbei, der von unzähligen Palmen und Sträuchern gesäumt wird. Die Wasseroberfläche von verschiedensten Pflanzen bedeckt. Über Steine kann er überquert werden. Ein Teil der Palmen muss über ein speziell dafür konstruiertes System von oben begossen werden.

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Uploaded: 14/03/2010
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