Kew Gardens | engleski leksikon

Kew Gardens

imenica
/ ˈkjuː ˈɡɑːrdn̩z /

Definicija:

Popular name for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Surrey, England. They were founded 1759 by Augusta of Saxe-Coburg (1719–1772), the mother of King George III, as a small garden and passed to the nation by Queen Victoria 1840. By then they had expanded to almost their present size of 149 hectares/368 acres and since 1841 have been open daily to the public. They contain a collection of over 25,000 living plant species and many fine buildings. The gardens are also a center for botanical research.

Reč dana

methylcholanthrene

imenica, hemija

završetak

muški rod, računari

Hämodialyse

ženski rod, medicina

inscrire

glagol, gramatika

30.09.2022.