Claude Monet's home and garden

As Claude Monet was passing through Giverny, a small village in the northern France, he fell in love with it and decided to move there. At first he rented a house, but later when he earned some money he bought the house and started creating the world famous garden. Many of his paintings are depicting this garden he build in front of his house and the whole property is now a museum which attracts many tourists around the world. The garden is exceptionally beautiful and well preserved, including a water garden with a Japanese bridge, archways of intertwined climbing plants and many other magnificent features.

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