It is not for nothing that the Madrid Botanical Garden has the prefix “royal”: the crowned persons took a direct part in his fate. In the 18th century, King Ferdinand VI commanded the creation of this beauty in the main city of Spain, and Charles III moved the garden to where he meets guests to this day.


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