A standout amongst the most intriguing spots for voyagers in Marrakech, Morocco is a garden named the Agdal Garden. Numerous individuals ask why such a bizarre name Agdal for a garden, this is on the grounds that Agdal signifies "fenced meadows" in one dialect called Berber. This garden is really honored with an enormous assortment of vegetation like orange trees, lemons, figs, almond trees and pomegranate trees which are planted on the rectangular plots of Agdal Garden. The emerging highlight which makes this garden exceptional and wonderful is the trails between the arrangement of olive groves on the two sides and the environment.
Agdal means "fenced meadow" and this garden in the Medina area of Marrakech, Morocco, has many kinds of trees that we can't name at all. I saw figs for the first time.
It's a world cultural heritage. It's very famous. It's really beautiful. Some plants are invisible and rare in China.
A large garden with fruit trees and abundant gardens was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
It's a beautiful park with amusement park inside. It's very beautiful. The night fountain is very delicious. Hey, there are so many beautiful pictures.
The garden is not very large, the whole garden is a beautiful structure, the characteristics here is the planting of a large number of fragrant flowers and plants.
The garden is not big. The plants here are all African species. Many of them are tropical plants. They are very colorful. They like it very much.
The garden looks simple and generous, and there are many kinds of flowers.
Agdal Garden is really good. Let's go and have a look.