Sky Garden Introduction

Hanging garden, also known as hanging garden, is the decoration effect of hanging garden pursued by modern people.
The Hanging Garden is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, also known as the Hanging Garden. In the 6th century BC, it was built by Nebuchadnezzar of the Kingdom of New Babylon for his homesick princess Amyitis in Babylon. No longer exists. The sky garden is said to adopt a three-dimensional gardening technique. The garden is placed on a four-story platform, built of asphalt and bricks. The platform is supported by 25-meter-high pillars and has an irrigation system. Slaves are constantly pushing and connecting gears. handle. Various flowers and trees are planted in the garden, which looks like a garden hanging in the air from a distance. In the Babylonian literature, the Hanging Garden is always a mystery, and there is not even a mention of the Hanging Garden.