Claude Monet Gardens, Giverny, France
Welcome to the world of the painter and gardener Claude Monet. For more than 40 years, until his death in 1926, Giverny was his home, his site of creation and his masterpiece. A world of senses, colours and memories, the house in which the artist and his family lived notably contains his studio-sitting room, and his exceptional collection of Japanese prints. The gardens are composed of the Clos Normand, with its flowerbeds, and the Water Garden, planted with Oriental vegetation, weeping willows and water lilies, plus its Japanese bridge painted green.