Jardín Botánico Nacional

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Jardín Botánico Nacional

Inaugurated in 1989 by none other than Fidel Castro, Cuba’s National Botanical Garden showcases more than 4,000 plant species, with much of the flora native to the island. Special sections feature aquatic plants, ornamentals and unusual cultivars; there is also a Japanese garden and a palm arboretum. While its area of strength is plant species typical of the Caribbean, flora from far-flung places such as Australia and Africa are also found here.

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Havana, Cuba
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