Isfahan Flower Garden
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Flower Garden of Isfahan offers a beautiful collection of Iran’s floral diversity. This Garden in one of Iran's great green space projects, which was completed in 1990s in Isfahan. The garden serves multiple purposes. It's a recreational, cultural, educational and research center. The buildings of the garden have Iranian traditional elements.
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Isfahan Flower Garden

in Isfahan city | Isfahan province
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Isfahan Flower Garden

Related to Isfahan city (located in Isfahan province)
One of the artificial green areas of Isfahan is Flowers Garden. Many colorful flowers are collected in this garden for others to see and to investigate. The multi-functional nature of this garden has made it possible for different groups of people to both use and enjoy. The spectacular design of the buildings of this garden is inspired by Persian traditional architecture. Moreover, the admirable decoration of the flowers and plants gives the garden a great sense of freshness.

Located at Bozorgmehr Square, Salman Farsi Street and in a close vicinity to Zayandehrud River. Pol-e Bozorgmehr BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) Station is the closest bus station near this garden. Some attractions nearby are Joui Bridge, Khaju Bridge, Si-o-se-pol Bridge, Hasht Behesh Palace, Chehel Sotoun Palace, Naghsh-e Jahan Square.

The remarkable point about Flowers Garden is that it is multi-functional. That is to say, it has recreational, cultural, educational, and research purposes altogether. Consequently, families can spend their leisure time, researchers can complete their scientific searches using the resources of the garden, and the city can enjoy its colorful beauty.
Esfahan Flowers Garden
This is a pretty artificial image of nature and beauty in the middle of such a desert in the central Iran. There are numerous collections of plant and flower types from many regions in all over the world like Japan, Africa and Iran itself.

Moreover, people can get to know different flowers and plants of the garden. Traditional architecture elements are made use of in the buildings of the garden. 395 different plants have been planted in the 2500-meter area of this garden. Flowers Garden has different parts including entrance pavilion, rock garden, waterfall and fountain, pond, playground for kids, rose garden, greenhouse with ornamental plants, amphitheater, and medical and culinary herbs garden.

Furthermore, apparently, Persian carpet came as an inspiration to the architects of this garden. Because they have devoted one of the many areas to the special design of the flowers to look like a hand-woven Persian carpet. Each part has its own characteristics that you would undoubtedly admire.

History of Flowers Garden:
The azure city of Isfahan, which is shining in the center of the unbounded plateau of Iran like a precious pearl, has been making an attempt to avoid the mechanical and industrial changes of life.

Accordingly, since recent years, Parks and Green Areas of Isfahan Organization has decided to arrange plans and schedules on providing more parks and gardens. As a result, this historical city has played its part in preserving the environment and controlling its share of depollution. Despite being a complicated project, lowers Garden was designed in the 1990s by this organization with an aim to develop the green areas of Isfahan.
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