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Las Pozas ("the Pools") is a sculpture garden built by Edward James more than feet above sea level, in a tropical rain forest in the mountains of Mexico. It includes natural waterfalls and pools interlaced with towering Surrealist sculptures in concrete.

Eight glass-walled gardens offer views of greenery to the occupants of this Mexican house.

House of Eight Gardens is built around open-air courtyards

House of 8 Gardens by Goko / Eight glass-walled gardens offer views of greenery to the occupants of this minimally furnished house in Cuernavaca, Mexico, by architecture firm Goko

Eight glass-walled gardens offer views of greenery to the occupants of this Mexican house.

House of Eight Gardens is built around open-air courtyards

Image 10 of 30 from gallery of 8 Gardens House / Goko MX. Photograph by Aki Itami R.

Momento Exacto del Rayo en Castillo de Chapultepec Ciudad de México, ! Chulada de Foto!.

Chapultepec castle in Mexico City with lightning. En mi ciudad, cuando no llueve truena.

Las Pozas (The Pools) Mexico.  A sculpture garden in a tropical rain forest in Mexico.  Built at over 2000 feet elevation in the mountains, the site includes more than 80 acres of natural pools and waterfalls interspersed with Edward James' concrete sculptures.

Surreal gardens of Edward James Las Pozas, Xilitla (homes, construction, live) - Mexico

Amazingly surreal Las Pozas in the rainforest by Xilitla in the Mexico mountains. Created by Edward James in the 40′s, it includes more than 80 acres of natural waterfalls and pools interlaced with towering surrealist sculptures and buildings. The many trails throughout the garden site are composed of steps, ramps, bridges and narrow, winding walkways that traverse the valley walls. It was supposed to be a “Garden of Eden” containing a huge variety of plants and animals.

Las Pozas is a surrealist garden created by Sir Edward James, a British poet and major supporter of the Surrealist art movement. In 1949 James chose the tropical jungles near Xilitla, San Luis Potosí in Mexico for his garden of Eden.

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South Bank Parklands in Queensland, Australia. Visit our Page -► ツ Amazing Facts & Nature ツ ◄- For more. The parklands consist of a mixture of rainforest, water, grbutted areas and plazas as well as features such as the riverfront promenade,

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