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The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew are one of the four World Heritage Sites in London. The gardens were designed in 1759 and there are currently over 30,000 different types of plants growing in this garden.

Flora has been taken from all over the world to the Botanic Gardens and there are coffee plants and bamboos in the garden. The Royal Gardens have a wonderful setting on the bank of the River Thames covering around 300 acres. It has six glasshouses and the curved glass Palm house, built in 1848, is its architectural highlight.

London Guide | Parks and Gardens in London

 

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