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Valley of Flowers to Monet's Garden: 7 places for flower lovers

Valley of Flowers to Monet's Garden are 7 places for flower lovers. Explore vibrant tulips in Keukenhof, fragrant lavender fields in Provence, sakura in Japan, and more

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Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, USA

In the spring, this reserve transforms into a sea of golden-orange poppies. It's the perfect place to witness California's state flower in all its glory

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Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands

Known as the "Garden of Europe," Keukenhof is a vibrant place of tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths

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Monet's Garden, France

The renowned artist Claude Monet's garden in Giverny is a living masterpiece. It's divided into two parts, the flower garden and the water garden

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Cherry Blossom Festival, Japan

Spring in Japan brings cherry blossoms (sakura) into full bloom. The fleeting beauty of these delicate pink and white flowers symbolizes renewal and hope

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Red Lotus Lake, Thailand

The Red Lotus Lake in Thailand, or Talay Bua Daeng, is a natural marvel. It dazzles visitors with a vibrant sea of crimson lotus blooms during December to February

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Lavender Fields, France

The Provence region is famous for its fragrant lavender fields. Visit in early summer to witness the lavender in full bloom, turning the landscape into a sea of purple

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Valley of Flowers National Park, India

This UNESCO World Heritage site bursts into a riot of colors during the monsoon season. It's home to alpine flowers, the rare blue poppy, set against the backdrop of the Himalayas

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