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The Garden of Paradise is on a hillside. A natural landscape provides the backdrop. Water is a common thread. Several pools enliven the garden.
Here buckets waterfall trickling water are ingeniously throughout the staircase find entertaining.

The Garden of Paradise is located on the terraces of the first fortified medieval town of Cordes sur Ciel, a country house founded in 1222, in the department of Tarn in the Midi-Pyrenees.
It could be defined as a green oasis set in a green stone. Contemporary, oriental and medieval, the Garden of Paradise, written by Eric Ossart and Arnaud Maurières, greets visitors by offering them a happy moment out of time. Faithful to the original meaning of Paradise, the garden consists of a series of pens, banana, flower carpet, kitchen garden, ponds ...

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