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Jardins de l'Eveche, Limoges

(4.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
A three-tiered botanical garden overlooking the Vienne River, Jardins de l'Eveche holds more then 1,200 plants grouped by type, including aromatic plants, fodder, food and condiments, industrial and dye plants, and medicinal plants. The garden showcases plant life from five continents. It also has an education center. To visit Jardins de l'Eveche and other attractions in Limoges, use our Limoges itinerary planner.
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  • The gardens of the bishopric succeed stepped on several levels, at the foot of the Saint-Etienne Cathedral, in an exceptional setting, which offers a view unparalleled on the Valley of the Vienna in his crossing of the city of Limoges. Between ponds, Orangery, botanical garden and dependence of the Palace of the Bishop's Palace (which also houses the Museum of fine arts, recently renovated), they constitute a site walk and relaxation without equal for the visitor to find peace and serenity away from the bustle and urban pollution in all seasons. Deserves a fast, coupled with that of the Cathedral or the Museum of fine arts and the close companionship...
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  • Historic Garden, garden themes, botanical garden and eco-garden, it is possible to have a good time in this park of 5 hectares. Terraces, a lovely hard Limoges and especially on the Vienna. Nearby, the former Bishop's Palace, now Museum municipal of fine arts.
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  • Nice place but why removing the plane shot down during the 2nd World War and that I watched when I was little!
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