Explore: Marqueyssac Gardens, Dordogne, France

The garden at the Château de Versailles is probably one of the most well-known locations in France, but another landmark that should not be missed is the Marqueyssac Gardens in the Dordogne region of France. The design of the garden was first conceived in the 17th century and was inspired by the Italian romantic style. There are thousands of boxwood, cypress, and stone pine trees, carefully sculpted and manicured by 4 expert gardeners that wrapped around a picturesque château and overlook the Dordogne countryside. The gardens span over five kilometers and have been classified as one of  the Notable Gardens in France for good reason. If you’re in the area, it’s definitely worth looking at.

 

Photo Credit: designmom.com

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