This Photographer Gets Once In A Lifetime Opportunity To Photograph Garden Of Europe Without Visitors

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Keukenhof is one of the world’s largest flower gardens, located in Lisse (a town about 30 km southwest of Amsterdam) Netherlands. It is also called the “Garden of Europe” because of its charm. Every year, in spring million of people visit this beautiful place to celebrate the glory of the flowers on planet.

Keukenhof Park covers an area of about 32 hectares, approximately 7 million flowers are planted in the gardens every year. Every spring a flower parade called the Bollenstreek Bloemencorso is held through the streets of Lisse.

A local landscape photographer named Albert Dros had this once in a lifetime opportunity to photograph this magnificent garden without any crowd. Millions of flowers flourish like they did in previous years, but this year, no one would get to experience its magnificent beauty.