A walk trough the Botanical Garden of Iasi
Dating from 1856, Iasi’s Botanical Garden is the oldest and largest in Romania, conserving and exhibiting a rich collection of local and exotic plants from Europe and other continents. An educational and scientific laboratory, the garden houses a precious and rich collection of trees and plants. It also offers numerous shady lanes to explore, rose and orchid gardens, a collection of tropical plants, cacti, carnivorous plants, natural springs and a lake. It was established by the doctor and naturalist Anastasie Fatu, a great patriot, philanthropist and cultivated man. The garden is organized into many sectors, each with it’s own flora and vegetation, covering today almost 100ha.
The first set of panoramas were taken at the end of august 2006:
The next set were taken in october 2006, during the autumn exhibition of flowers and cucurbitacae.
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