Botanical Garden

A living museum

The Botanical Gardens in Copenhagen are one of the most famous botanical gardens in the world and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Denmark. The garden was established in the 18th century, and since then the garden has been an important destination for both botanists and visitors with an interest in the world of plants.

Botanisk Have is located in the center of Copenhagen, close to Rosenborg Castle and the Statens Museum for Art. The garden stretches over 10 hectares and contains more than 13,000 different plant species from all over the world, including both tropical and temperate plants. The garden is divided into different sections that reflect different types of plants, such as herbs, medicinal plants and succulents.

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One of the most famous sections of the Botanic Gardens is the Palm House, which is an impressive glass building that houses a variety of palms and other tropical plants. The Palm House is a popular attraction among visitors and it is also an important research center for botanists.

Another popular section of the Botanical Garden is the Old Garden, which is a reconstruction of a historic garden from the 18th century. This section contains a variety of plants and flowers and is a popular spot for picnicking and relaxing.

©The State Museum of Natural History

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