The botanical garden

Published the 04/10/2015
The botanical garden of Bayeux (listed Historical Monument) is one of the most remarkable 19th century landscaped parks in Normandy. A trail invites visitors to discover the botanical treasures in this park created by the Bühler brothers.

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