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Huge Ficus Elastica on La Palma

Published 4 months ago by Werner Weiß

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This huge tree is a Ficus Elastica. It is located in the garden of San Jorge on La Palma one of the Canary Islands.

Wildfig Forest at Sewefontein

Published about 1 year ago by Gideon van Zyl

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This stand of trees are one of the wonderful treasures I found in Bavianskloof in the Eastern Cape during my Fall Phototour<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/wildfig-forest-at-sewefontein-south-africa">...(more)</a>

La Misericordia, the garden with the big ficus, Palma de Mallorca

Published over 1 year ago by Guillem Alemany

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La Misericordia is a huge building placed on a little hill where is joined to La Sang hospital and oratory, both next to the <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/misericordia-jardin-ficus-palma-mallorca">...(more)</a>

Moretown Bay Fig Tree

Published over 1 year ago by Pete Babij

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This a Moretown Bay Fig Tree on the LA Trade and Technical College campus. Native to Australia, this tree is a good shade and is a k<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/moretown-bay-fig-tree-los-angeles">...(more)</a>

Giardini Pubblici di Cagliari

Published almost 3 years ago by Ivan Sgualdini

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The Public Gardens are the oldest park inside Cagliari city. They are located on a rectangular area of about 2 hectares where there is also<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cagliari-giardini-pubblici">...(more)</a>

Under the Banyan Tree at Lord Howe Island, NSW, Australia

Published about 3 years ago by John Eggers

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One of the many Banyan trees (Ficus macrophylla)on Lord Howe Island. They have huge limb<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/under-the-banyan-tree-at-lord-howe-island-nsw-australia-pacific-ocean-islands">...(more)</a>

Published over 4 years ago by Manolo Rubio

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Big ficus tree in Ibirapuera Park

Published almost 5 years ago by C. A. Kuerten

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Ficus Benjamin tree from Ibirapuera Park (São Paulo). Despite to be native from Asia, this piece was chosen as the treesymbol of Sao Paulo city.