Photographer's Note

The palace gardens are a series of gardens and forests and parks adorned with fountains and statues, along the River Tagus and the Royal Palace of Aranjuez (Comunidad de Madrid, Spain). Are in the care of National Heritage of the Spanish monarchy and also hold the title of Cultural Landscape World Heritage granted by UNESCO in 2001.

Along the east facade of the Palacio Real, stands the Parterre Garden, built by Felipe V fielder Esteban Boutelou French in 1727 and planted in 1746. At its north side into the river gives Tajo, while its eastern and southern side, from the bridge to the arches Boats Palace, flanked by a moat of stone and iron railing flower vases on pedestals, created in 1762 by Charles III.

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Additional Photos by Manuel Mayorga (ManuMay) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2467 W: 253 N: 4601] (36447)
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