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April 1, 2013updated Jan 05, 2014


By Chris Boyle



APRIL / MAY 2012

For three weeks each spring these remarkable greenhouses are open to the public, an occasion continued over a century which is certainly not one to be missed.

These incredible structures of steel and glass were the brainchild of King Leopold II during the late 19th century and, today, still house much of his admired botanical collection including some notable camellias. These three weeks in spring will show the plants at their very best, the time scheduled to display the most flowers in bloom.

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