Reflection of the Plant History Glasshouse (formerly Australian Glasshouse) in the windows of the New Caledonia Glasshouse (formerly The Mexican Hothouse) both built in the 1830s by Charles Rohault de Fleury, Jardin des Plantes, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France. In the background is the Tropical Rainforest Glasshouse (formerly Le Jardin d'Hiver or Winter Gardens), 1936, René Berger. Low angle view showing the glass and metal structures reflecting in late afternoon light. The New Caledonia Glasshouse, or Hothouse, was the first French glass and iron building.

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Reflection of the Plant History Glasshouse (formerly Australian Glasshouse) in the windows of the New Caledonia Glasshouse (formerly The Mexican Hothouse) both built in the 1830s by Charles Rohault de Fleury, Jardin des Plantes, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France. In the background is the Tropical Rainforest Glasshouse (formerly Le Jardin d'Hiver or Winter Gardens), 1936, René Berger. Low angle view showing the glass and metal structures reflecting in late afternoon...
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