Wednesday, 11 December 2013


The Budda Eden Garden has an area of about 35 hectares, and it was designed and conceived by a famous Portuguese Comendador in response to the destruction of the Giant Bamyan Buddhas, sculpted in the rocks of the valley of Bamyan in central Afghanistan and which had for centuries been a cultural and spiritual reference. This oriental garden was started in 2001 and it is seen as a place of reconciliation. It opens its doors to people of all religion, ethnicity, nationality, sex, age and socio-cultural background, inviting everyone to come together, to communicate and mediate, to rest and rediscover happiness.

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