Private Gardens of Paris by Alexandra D’Arnoux and Bruno De Laubadere
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Secret Gardens of Paris by Alexandra D'Arnoux and Bruno De Laubadere
This book came out in 2000.
In this book, Alexandra and Bruno offer us a sneak peek into some of Paris's most exclusive private gardens; most are unavailable for tours or visitors. Many of these hidden gems have been maintained for centuries as secret gardens and retreats that have been passed down through families and owners who relish their private slice of heaven on earth. These gardens range from formal to eclectic. There are Japanese-inspired gardens, tropical or exotic hideaways, topiary gardens, and urban retreats, just to name a few.
This book is 176 pages of privileged access to 50 private Parisian gardens
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