Parc de Buttes-Chaumont

The famous Parc de Buttes-Chaumont isn’t exactly a garden but rather a really big public park that consists of gardens. Just to give you a short historical lesson, the park was created by Baron Haussmann sometime in 1864 in the north eastern part of the French capital city, Paris. He created the public park to have grottos, small waterfalls, and also a Roman temple that resembles the Temple of Vesta found in Tivoli, Italy.

Around the park are green and robust trees on gardens that are filled with a large bed of grass with flowers growing out of the bushes. Near the park benches, you may actually find a lot of growing flowers on the ground covered by nets so that people won’t pluck them out. Many species of flowers and plants grow in this park. You can really see so many beautiful greens and colorful flowers there. What makes the gardens in this public park amazing would be the architecture that you can find in the garden such as the park bench, the street lamps, and the beautiful stone temple that you can see in the distance. Combine all of that and you’ll be able to immerse yourself in an extremely beautiful natural and relaxing environment. For those visiting Paris, I’d definitely recommend paying a visit to this park.

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