Philosophical garden

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A Philosophical Garden is a garden whose design reflects the teachings and practices of a philosophical school. Zen gardens are both philosophical and religious.


The Erasmus House in Anderlecht (Brussels) and Foxfire Botanical Garden are examples of philosophical gardens.

Philosophical garden in the Erasmus House in Anderlecht

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