The number of hanging gardens of Babylon

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Gardens of Babylon

Babylon’s Hanging Gardens is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, which was built by Nebuchadnezzar II in the year 600 BC, and most believe that the gardens possessed bright and high terraces in the form of terraces, and at the present time have no effect.

The number of hanging gardens of Babylon

The gardens of Babel are among the seven wonders of the world, they have a breathtaking view, and a charm that introduces joy to everyone who looks at them. The gardens consist of four balconies hanging on columns that reach a height of about seventy-five feet above the surface of the earth. Among the largest and most famous gates, surrounded by gardens is a huge water trench that was used to repel the external attack on the region, the truth is that the gardens are not suspended as many believe, but were named so because of the growth of plants, flowers and on the balconies of royal palaces, so that the height of the plants in them reached six hundred feet , Which made it look Remote like hanging, the gardens contain different varieties of plants, flowers and fruit trees, to vegetables.

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Babylon Gardens website

The location of the Hanging Gardens of Babel is not yet definite definite, but there are some researchers who believed that it was located near the Euphrates River, and some believed that it was near the Royal Palace in Babylon in Iraq, it is built on terraces, where it was built during the era of Queen Semiramis, and other researchers believe that it was built during the reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II, while Dr. Stephanie Daly of Oxford University declared that the gardens were not located in Babylon, but were in the north of the Assyrian city of Nineveh, which was built by King Sennacherib, and the city Nineveh is a city that was called the Ba Even modern.

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