'The Most Beautiful Flower Garden in the World' Photographed Free of Visitors for the First Time in 71 Years | 22 Words

With the pandemic keeping everyone at home, some of the biggest tourist attractions are closed to visitors. Including the "the most beautiful flower garden in the world," which is closed for the first time in over 7 decades.

But one man managed to photograph what the garden looks like without any visitors and we're truly in awe of its beauty. Keep scrolling for the breathtaking pictures and to find out where exactly in the world the garden is...

Nature is one of the many joys of life.

Being among nature is said to reduce stress and overall improve mental wellbeing.

Even amid the pandemic...

We can still appreciate our green spaces.

But this week, with many tourist attractions across the world closed...

"The most beautiful garden in the world" lies empty of visitors, despite normally attracting millions of tourists a year.

So, one man decided to photograph what the garden looks like right now.

And we have to say, it's thriving. Keep scrolling for the stunning pictures and to find out where in the world the beautiful garden is located.

This flower garden is closed to visitors for the first time in seventy-one years.

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And it's looking better than ever.

With the sun shining down...

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The flowers looked more vibrant than ever.

The garden is filled with tulips of all colors.

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We can only imagine how good it smells.

Albert Dros, who photographed the garden this week described it as a truly "magical" experience.

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"Walking around there all alone, with only the sounds of birds and the incredible smell of all these flowers, is an experience by itself," he explained.

Now that is breathtaking.

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"I sometimes just sat next to the flowers and the water, enjoying nature for 30 minutes long. It was just a magical experience. Having no people in the park allowed me to photograph paths and angles in a certain way that you normally don’t get to see because of the crowds."

Tulips are the key feature.

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Those colors are simply stunning.

The garden's infamous windmill.

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"The miller was so kind to move it to the correct position for pictures."

The pools are a welcomed bonus.

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"Seeing the water reflecting the trees and flowers gives such a calm feeling."

The attention to detail is truly spectacular.

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And when there are tons of people around, you can't appreciate it in the same way.

With no-one around, the swirling paths become more visible.

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And the attention to detail throughout even more prominent.

We love the contrast between the trees and colorful flowers.

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We can't even begin to imagine the hard work that must go into maintaining this beautiful space.

Here's a rare species of tulip:

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We've never seen anything like that before.

The world-famous "Blue River."

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The zig-zagging road is made up of blue grape hyacinths.

There's an endless sea of different colored tulips at various points in the park.

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This color palette is breathtaking.

If you look closely, you can see the gardener hard at work.

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Because of course, the show must go on!

The swirling patterns look as though the flowers are dancing.

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What more could you want?

So, the million-dollar question: where is this beautiful garden?

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