The Botanic Garden of Curitiba in Brazil is a collection of floristic heritage in Paraná. Its official name is the “Jardim Botânico Fanchette Rischenbieter,” made in honour to the urbanist Francisca Maria Garfunkel Rischenbieter. Rischenbieter was a respected visionary of urban planning within the southern city of Curitiba.
The entire compound comprises of its statement greenhouse, the Museum of Franz Krajberg, the Botanic Museum of Curitiba, a pond, a lake, a library, a theater and an expositions area.
The Botanic Museum is a global attraction that houses a collection of references of native flora. The farmer's greenhouse was designed by Abram Assad. He also designed the Botanical Museum and the Botanic Garden. The gardens were inspired by French gardens. Most of the design used symmetry to its advantage. The greenhouse is known for its iconic metallic structure and its collection of rare flowers.
While the entire botanic wonder is filled with many delights, on the place that stands out is the Garden of Sensations. You are blindfolded before entering so that you can experience the feel and smell of the various plants inside.