Everyone knows that in the Royal Gardens you can find literally any plant. And, of course, instagramers. They are a dime a dozen here. The whole sea of them. And here there are objects, which are known only to the chosen ones.
Parts of the old London Bridge.
In the 19th century, when the London Bridge was transferred to Arizona, part of it remained here (about 200 granite blocks), and the company that dismantled the bridge offered these blocks to Kew Gardens. Granite slabs were placed on the shores of a large lake, where the Sackler Bridge is located now. Now on these plates benches are installed, and many vacationers do not even suspect that the real layer of the history of London lies under them.