Jardin du Luxembourg - vue d'en haut

The Luxembourg Garden - Senate

The Jardin du Luxembourg is one of the most beautiful gardens in Paris, it is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It is an essential place for lovers of nature, history and French culture. The Jardin du Luxembourg was created in 1612 by Marie de Medici, she wanted to create an Italian garden for her palace. The garden was opened to the public in 1779, it became the property of the Senate in 1852. It has been managed by the Senate since that date, it is a place of relaxation for Parisians and tourists.

The Jardin du Luxembourg is a beautiful place, it is filled with flowers, trees and statues which make it a must visit place for nature lovers. It is known for its large central basin, its statues, its fountains, its many varieties of flowers and trees as well as its paths and lawns. It is an ideal place for a peaceful walk or for a picnic in summer. The Jardin du Luxembourg is also a place where you can discover rare species of trees, such as Ginkgo biloba, Catalpa bignonioides, Magnolia soulangiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, American red oak or Magnolia soulangiana.

At Fragment Paris, we are proud to highlight the natural heritage of the gardens of Paris, such as that of the Luxembourg Gardens, by creating herbarium frames from the leaves of the garden so that you can keep a real piece, a Fragment of Paris at you. We invite you to visit our website to discover our unique and original creations. Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to order a custom frame or for any inquiries.

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