Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum
Königin-Luise-Straße 6-8, 14195 Berlin, Germany
About Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum
The complex consists of several buildings and glass-houses which features a collection of orchids, carnivorous plants and giant white water lily. The best-known part of the garden is the Great Pavilion (Großes Tropenhaus). The temperature inside is maintained at 30 °C and air humidity is kept high. Among the many tropical plants it hosts a giant bamboo.
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