In honor of Earth Day, check out this gorgeous footage of the Keukenhof (kitchen garden) in the Netherlands, which is the second largest flower garden in the world. Covering an area of 79 acres, the garden is in the town of Lisse, near Amsterdam. The drone flight view over these seemingly endless, neat rows of tulips, hyacinths and other bulb flowers is a mesmerizing visual splendor. Willem van Gogh, a relative of Vincent van Gogh, officially opened this 66th year of Keukenhof's display in commemoration of 2015 being the 125th year since Vincent's death. -Via The Presurfer
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