Near London opened the world’s largest greenhouse Victorian

Near London opened the world’s largest greenhouse Victorian

Tourists affect the size of the old greenhouse.

In early may on the outskirts of London in the Royal Botanic gardens, Kew opened the largest surviving Victorian greenhouse – «Temperat-Sahi». It was restored for five years.

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Now tourists can once again stroll among the palm trees and other exotic plants in restored indoor gardens, according to Reuters.

After a five-year makeover, London’s Temperate House in Kew Gardens reopens to the public via @ReutersTV
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) 8 may 2018

During the restoration, the workers spent more than 5 thousand liters of paint and replaced 15 thousand stained glass Windows. The total cost of works amounted to more than € 46 million.

Major restoration work has been completed. Now the gardeners watered the plants and done minor work on the landscaping near «Temperat-Sahi».

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Royal Botanic gardens Kew has a rich history and incredible size. It was founded nearly 260 years ago. Today, the garden covers an area of 132 acres, on which there are many greenhouses and pavilions. The entire territory included in the world heritage list of UNESCO.

I mentioned earlier that the Royal «Garden of Europe» with thousands of tulips will open near Amsterdam. In the Park on the area of several dozen hectares planted thousands of tulips, daffodils, flowers, lilac, roses and orchids.

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