The Hanging Gardens of Babylon was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Fed by the waters of the Euphrates River, the gardens hung over a 130 meters square terrace about 25 meters off the ground. Additional terraces and rooftop gardens on the ziggurats contributed to the gardens.

In 1934, a member of the Adventure Society found a reference to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon at the Royal Library of Alexandria.



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