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  • Vasia Papazoglou

    Francisco Alvarado Park, Zarcero, Costa Rica. Landscape designer Evangelisto Blanco shaped this dream-like wonderland out of conifer cypress trees in the 1960s. The enchanting park beckons to the young at heart with figures like waltzing elephants, a monkey on a motorcycle, and a crowded bullfight ring. Above are 16 topiaries that curve to create eerie and mysterious archways.

  • Liz Vanover

    This garden is in front of the church in Zarcero, Alajuela, Costa Rica. I have been here and taken photos. This place has been crossed off my list of places to see.

  • Carly B

    Francisco Alvarado Park, Zarcero, Costa Rica - Landscape designer Evangelisto Blanco built these strange arches out of conifer cypress trees in the 1960′s. They lead the way into a garden filled with more of his work with the conifer cypress — a surreal topiary garden filled with creatures and abstractions, including a bullfight scene and a monkey on a motorcycle.

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