Gardens around the world are a highly popular tourist attraction. Whether it’s the iconic Central Park in New York City, the famous Chelsea Garden in London or the pastoral Villa Borghese gardens in Rome, whenever visiting a city around the world, taking a stroll around the garden is a favorite pastime activity.
What we enjoy most about these gardens are the green grass and the green, lush trees that provide a beautiful view and some shade to lie under. This park might not provide the same experience, but it offers something else. This is a photo of Vienna’s Schonbrunn Palace gardens, where the trees have been symmetrically trimmed at the tops and sides, to create this one-of-a-kind triangle effect.