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Japanese Garden, Monaco

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This enchanting garden, designed by the landscape architect Yasuo Beppu, covers 23,000 square feet right next to the Mediterranean Sea and a short distance from the casino. In an area that is kind of out of the way, it was indeed a gem waiting to be discovered right in the middle of skyscrapers and very exotic car dealerships.

With its koi pond, waterfalls, rocks, bridges, pine and olive trees, it continued to seduce me into what was next. The natural stones were carefully chosen according to their shape, color and size. The bamboo fences, Tea House, stone lanterns, tiles and wooden gates were all made in Japan and brought me back to Japan while I was strolling along.

Written by  Donna Dawson.

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These gardens are absolutely stunning and a must see when in Monaco. I also recommend the Princess Grace Rose Garden in Fontvieille and the Jardin Exotique up on the hill. Green spaces are rare in Monaco but those that do exist are very beautiful.

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