Lal Bagh, Karnataka
Also known as the Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens, this monument has a long history varying back to Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, great kings of Mysore. Built in the manner of the then popular Mughal Gardens, this garden was created by importing some of the finest and exotic trees from other location. Built over 45 acres originally, subsequent expansions have increased the size of the land to 188 acres. This is a great spot to visit, not only for tourists, but also for the number joggers and walkers that visit this place. Visiting this place is even more special on Republic Day and Independence Day as there are beautiful flower shows that take place during these days.
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