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This Is What Claude Monet's Gardens Look Like in Real Life

Holy Giverny wonderland. The colors are unreal.
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Every single year over 500,000 visitors discover French impressionist Claude Monet's gardens in Giverny, France during the seven months that it is open (March 26-November 1). We got a glimpse of Giverny's autumn magic via Instagram and you're not going to believe its beauty. 

1. Monet's misty water garden full of weeping willows, a bamboo wood and the beautiful blooming nympheas.

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2. A view of his Japanese bridge during the summer.

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3. Flowers blooming in every corner.

4. Claude Monet's house.

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5.  The garden's main alley.

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6. The house is covered in greens and vines.

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7. The perfect pink dahlias.

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8. Summer hues around every corner.

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8. Breathtaking.

9. A closer look at the florals.

10. Until next summer.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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