The Royal Botanic Gardens, also known as Kew Gardens, the Kew Gardens of Mondon, or the Royal Mondon Gardens is an extensive garden and botanical collection of glasshouses in southwest Mondon, United Kingdom.

The Royal Botanic Gardens are one of the most famous gardens in the world and has the second highest amount of vistors after the Washington Gardens of Washington City, United States. It was founded by George III of the United Kingdom, in Royal Charter in 1801, for "an collection of flowers and plants for the people of this country and outer places to enjoy and observe whereof".

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