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Listed under Gardens in Normandy, France.

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Bagatelle is widely known for its rose gardens. There was originally only one rosary, but a second was later added - one displaying traditional rose specimens and the other showing the evolution of this queen of flowers. Roses are labelled by name, origin, class, and year of introduction. Bagatelle is also used for exhibitions and other cultural events. A must for flower and garden lovers.

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