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The Estufa Fria de Lisboa garden is a greenhouse located in the Eduardo VII park. The heating system is not used there, so the park is famous for species of plants that like cold climate. The walls of the greenhouse with an area of 3800 square meters are clad with wood slats, which protects against both too high and too low temperatures inside the building. There you can see a rich collection of dahlias and camellias.
The park also has a 3000 square meter Estufa Quente greenhouse where you can enjoy tropical plant species such as coffee or mango. An additional attraction is the Estufa Doce greenhouse, which presents a collection of plants belonging to the succulent and cactus family, including the popular aloe vera. The Estufa Fria greenhouse was established in 1993 by the architect Raul Carapinha. In 1975, two remaining greenhouses were added - Estufa Quente and Estufa Doce. All facilities, apart from practicality, also offer beautiful arrangements of vegetation decorated with small ponds, waterfalls and sculptures.