Brazil:

Where is this tree lined wonder?
 
Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
 
The iconic Gardens were opened in 1808 by King John VI of Portugal. Originally it was intended to grow rare spices at the time, including nutmeg, pepper and cinnamon, but later it was turned into a public park.
 
The reserve is found at the foot of the iconic Corcovado Mountain, on top of which the famous statue of Christ the Redeemer approaches the city. Among many great features in the Gardens there is this Avenue of Royal Palms – a line of 134 tall trees at the entrance.
 
Visitors (sightseeing in Rio de Janeiro) also get to admire rare plants, birds and even monkeys. Tourists can also explore a huge botanical library and collections of rare Brazilian dried plants, fruits and pictures. 

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