De Kruidtuin (Garden of Herbs), Louvain, Belgium

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Charles Morrow-Jones (was created by)
Garden built in 1739
This garden was built in 1739 as a botanical garden for the university, but it is now owned by the city. Within an area of approximately 2.2 hectares, one can find a comprehensive collection of trees, shrubs and bushes. With its Neo-classical orangery, tropical greenhouse and fine collection of plants and flowers in botanical gardens, Kruidtuin provides green spaces for tranquillity and relaxation. Keywords: Belgium, Flanders, Vlaams-Brabant, Louvain, Louven, outdoor spaces, gardens, botanical garden, botanic garden, vegetation, plants, landscape, orange flowers. Submitted by Hazel Morrow-Jones.
18th Century (1700 - 1799 CE)
herbaceous plants