Garden of the museum of fine arts
History of Garden of the museum of fine arts at Tours loire valley
With its English-style garden to the south and the French to the north, the exterior of the Museum des Beaux-Arts deserves a full-fledged tour. A Lebanon cedar planted more than 200 years ago literally sits in the Court of Honor. With 31 meters high and 33 meters wingspan, a trunk over 7 meters in circumference, it is one of the largest in Europe. He was awarded the "Arbre Remarquable de France" label in 2001, a collective heritage that must be preserved.Other curiosity, Fritz the elephant whose neighborhoods are facing the museum.
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