Botanical Garden Villa Hanbury

Giardini Botanici Hanbury is an 18 hectare botanical garden in Italy. It is located at Capo Mortola near Ventimiglia on the border with southern France, directly on the coast. Created by Thomas Hanbury in 1867, it now belongs to the University of Genoa. The park consists of various plant zones and species, such as the aloe zone, the garden of smells, old olive, palm and pine groves, South African acacias, eucalyptus plants, the banana forest, Peruvian pepper tree and much more.

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