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University of Tartu Botanical Gardens - Palm house
Estonia

Botanic Garden of the University of Tartu is one of the oldest of botanical gardens in the world and the most species-dense in all of Estonia - over 6,500 plant species representing all of the Earth’s climatic zones grow here. The  Botanical Gardens palm house is the biggest in the Baltic States and also the richest in species.

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